To make an inference, a student must make a logical connection between two or more ideas in a text. She needs to "read between the lines." And research shows if a student can make inferences with pictures, comics or videos, she can make them with words.

Teacher Tip: Use Animated Videos to Help Your Child Learn to Make Inferences

Kids with learning issues can struggle with making inferences, a key reading skill. Here a teacher shares a fun way to teach your child inference without books.

Making Inferences- Activities and Lesson Ideas teaching students to make inferences

Teaching Inferences (With Free Mini Lesson)

Making Inferences- Activities and Lesson Ideas teaching students to make inferences. This is a great idea to help students with making inferences. I can use this in Social Studies with several books.

Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferenceing is different.

Anchor chart-Making Inferences not Predictions. Great anchor chart to illustrate the difference between inferences-prediction. Have the students refer to it, and copy it their journals.

Detective Inferences is the best way to teach inferencing with students!  Watch them actively engage in the drama to infer the top secret cases!

The best way to teach Inferencing! With these Detective Inference "cases" students have to infer answers from the text. An excellent way to get students collaborating and discussing mystery clues!

My students love using pictures to learn their reading skills!

Using Pictures to Teach Reading and Writing Skills

Teach Your Child to Read - Teaching With a Mountain View: Using Pictures to Teach Reading and Writing Skills - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

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