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Inference vs Prediction – Presentation

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A teaching presentation outlining the similarities and differences between inference and prediction.

Use this teaching resource when examining inference with your students.

This teaching presentation covers the following concepts:

  • descriptions of inference
  • descriptions of prediction
  • similarities between inference and prediction
  • examples of using inference and prediction
  • activities to consolidate the students’ knowledge.

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Resource Pack This resource is part of the Comprehension Strategy Teaching Resource Pack - Making Predictions. Download this resource and 30 other resources in the complete pack. View the pack...


Resource Pack This resource is part of the Comprehension Strategy Teaching Resource Pack - Draw Conclusions and Make Inferences. Download this resource and 29 other resources in the complete pack. View the pack...


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