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Wait! Where Does It Say That? Helping Students Make Inferences

Sometimes students take text too literally when they read. By making inferences about the text, their comprehension of the text increases drastically. Moreover, they are better able to connect with the text and find enjoyment in their reading. Making inferences is a skill that can be taught and used for a variety of text. This resource is designed as a presentation for other teachers to teach them about inference and to help them implement this strategy in the classroom. The handouts I would use for the reading activities are after the presentation. #VegasPBS--RDLA192

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