Need Resources to teach Inferences? Look no further! Here is everything you need to teach students how to make inferences!
Here’s What’s Included:
•Lesson Notes with Practice (Teacher Page and Student Page): Students fill in the blanks and take notes on making inferences. Students are given the definition of inferences with its components. Questions to consider are listed. Finally, there is a short practice that allows students to practice making inferences with your class read aloud book and then an application piece where students can practice making inferences with their independent reading book. Full sized page and small page included for use with Notebooks.
•4 Passages with Questions: Students are able to practice with 4 passages! We love having students highlight the textual evidence that allowed them to make an inference!
•4 Inference Task Cards: Our favorite way to use these cards is in a picture book center. Students read any text and practice making inferences! They are also perfect for a quick checking for understanding piece!
•Show What You Know Page: Have students answer the questions to show their understanding of inferences. Another idea is to use it as an assessment!
•“I’m an Inference Expert” Page: This is a one pager that allows students to be creative and show their understanding of inferences in any format. You will get a quick glimpse into their understanding!
•Foldable: Students will collect text evidence from a book of choice to practice making inferences. One idea is to set up a center with picture books!
•Reader’s Notebook Idea: Students are given an art activity to complete, possibly in their Reader’s Notebooks or Interactive Notebooks
•Graphic Organizer: This graphic organizer can be used with any text. We love giving it as our monthly book report! This is also a great way to spiral throughout the year!
•Higher Level Questioning Cards: There are 4 levels of questioning to use with your students. This is great for differentiation! These cards can be used in a variety of ways, such as exit tickets or quick writes.
•Sentence Frames: Students are given sentence frames to use to help them master inferences. This is a great activity to connect reading to writing. Students can use these Sentence Frames with their Independent Reading books or during group discussions.
•Assessment: Two passages with multiple choice questions allows you to assess your students’ understanding of making inferences. This is a great way to end the unit!
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