In these passages, students highlight or describe what details and examples they are referring to when making inferences or drawing conclusions explicitly from the text. After highlighting the text clues, students then explain the information paired with their background knowledge of what conclusion they were able to draw. This can be done with the graphic organizer, or just simply answer the question sheets.
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This resource includes:
✓ What an inference is (Background knowledge + Text clues = Inference)
✓ A graphic organizer to help organize the students thoughts when drawing conclusions
✓ Two options – one to highlight text evidence when making inferences, one without
✓ Two different sized sheets – one half page, one full page
✓ Answer keys
✓ Fiction and Nonfiction Inference Reading Passages
✓ 36 different inference questions – one a week all year, or all at once!
.… and so much more!
How You Can Use This Product:
✓ As a supplement to an already established program
✓ Literacy centers
✓ An introduction lesson
✓ Teacher demonstrations
✓ Whole group, small group, partners, or individual work
✓ Warm up activities
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These inference practice sheets perfect for tutors, paraprofessionals, volunteers, and substitutes! It is print and go!
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These inference printables are perfect if you have to teach about drawing conclusions but weren’t sure how or are just starting out! This inference activity saves you time! Additionally, it’s perfect for when you have a substitute!
This product is perfect for meeting the Common Core Reading Standards (RL.1 & RI.1) !