Six mini posters with accompanying questions to use with young learners when teaching inferencing.
Use this resource to teach inferencing skills to young learners.
Each poster has an accompanying set of questions that prompt students to infer information from the image.
How to use this activity:
- This resource can be used as a whole class activity by projecting the image onto the screen and asking the class the questions.
- This resource can be used in guided reading groups to teach the skill of inferencing to a small group of students.
- This resource can be used as a reading center activity for students to work on with a partner.
Use the drop-down menu to download the inferencing posters, the accompanying question cards, and/or the Google Slides.
Common Core Curriculum alignment
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
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Addition by Garrett Oct 6th, 2020
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