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Jennifer Jones: Inferencing Lesson
A Model Lesson: Making Inferences Jennifer Jones - "As an instructional coach, one of my main responsibilities is to provide model lessons that demonstrate best practices, specific techniques and the understanding of content. The following is a model lesson on making inferences and was provided at the request of a third grade teacher."
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Lesson 6 - Inferences
Inferences are ideas that are not stated directly. They are conclusions we draw based on things we see, hear, and read.
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Inference Activity (First Grade, Second Grade, and Third Grade Reading Lesson)
Have Fun Teaching has lots of Inference Worksheets and Inference Activities for FREE! Reading Between the Lines Inference Activity: http://www.havefunteaching.com/activities/reading-activities/inference-activities/reading-between-the-lines-inference-activity Inference Activities: http://www.havefunteaching.com/activities/reading-activities/inference-activities Inference Worksheets: http://www.havefunteaching.com/worksheets/reading-worksheets/inferences-worksheets Reading Activities: http://www.havefunteaching.com/activities/reading-activities Inference, Inferences, Inferencing, Making Inferenes, Drawing Conclusions, Free Inference Activities, Free Inference Worksheets, Inference Lesson Plan
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Inferring Mini-Lesson
Views: 51276 Libbi Swanson
Teaching Through Mentor Texts: Making Inferences
In this video you will see a minilesson demonstrating how to teach the reading strategy of Making Inferences through the mentor text, Tight Times. Lesson ideas were adapted from Strategies that Work by Stephanie Harvey & Anne Goudvis. This particular lesson was taught to 3rd graders at Chapel Hill Academy.
Views: 23714 Macie Kerbs
Inference lesson plan
Infer character traits and feelings using text evidence
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Precision Teaching: Inference Game
In this clip, students are actively engaged in a game that reinforces their understanding of the term "inference." The teacher pulls unfamiliar objects from a mystery bag and the students are challenged to infer the function of each based on the "tool's clues." As inferences are made, students provide a rationale for their thinking. Infusing active games into the teaching-learning process is an effective way to engage students in practising a newly taught skill or strategy. • What do you think are the benefits to students and to teachers of this approach to guided practice? • How might you modify this game to support your students in the content area they are currently studying?
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Learn how to make Inferences
Learn how to make inferences in literature, nonfiction and real life, and to support those inferences with strong, reliable evidence. An inference is just coming to a logical conclusion from whatever evidence you have. It’s one of the most valuable thinking skills you can learn. The ability to make inferences is one of the things that make a person what we call “smart.” And we say the person who can’t make inferences is “a little slow on the uptake,” right?, because other people figure out what’s going on more quickly than he or she does. We have to spell things out explicitly for that person. So, when your teacher says he or she is going to help you learn how to make good inferences, imagine in your head that he or just said that you’re going to learn how to be smart today. You’re going to learn how to think, because, ultimately, that’s what making inferences is all about. Now on Twitter @mistersato411!
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Making Inferences
Please Subscribe! I need 70 subscribers in the next 25 days or I will lose monetization!! This video will teach students how to make inferences in reading and support them with textual evidence. I created this video to be used with a second video, titled Textual Evidence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5A-mOqB4Pc After the two videos, my students take a quiz. Here is a link to the quiz mentioned in the video. It is an excel file that works with the app Socrative. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8DAQaxWwGJkSkVudkhHQ05feDA/view?usp=sharing
Views: 652405 Vanessa Miller
Learning how to Draw Inferences
In this lesson, students learn how to draw inferences in a multi-modal way, by singing, reading, using visuals and meaningful gestures. Through the learning theory called Multiple Intelligences, this lesson addresses student assets related to intelligence as well as background knowledge of story elements. By administering an MI inventory, teachers can determine the strengths and challenges of students and then explain how the lesson addresses student needs. See my TPT store for the lesson plan, handouts and posters that accompany this lesson.
Views: 200 Dr. Julie Rubinacci
Making Inferences from Nonfiction Text
This whole class lesson illustrates how to help first graders identify facts and make inferences using visual materials from nonfiction sources. This clip was excerpted from Stenhouse Publishers' "Time for Nonfiction" video.
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Breakthrough Mock Lesson Plan: Inferences
This is my mock lesson plan on making inferences using text clues for my Breakthrough Collaborative application.
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Inferences Lesson
This video is about inferences. 8th Grade Highland Middle School, Anderson, IN 2016
Views: 64 Jacob McCall
Making Inferences - Partly Cloudy
This video is about Inference Project
Views: 472441 Amy Ginder
Saint Mary's University EDSE 652 Lesson Plan Video: Making Inferences
In this snapshot of a lesson plan for special education students, students will learn how to make inferences and support their ideas using pictures to "read between the lines."
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Inferences Mini lesson final
7th grade English lesson
Views: 63 Erica Blaschke
Introduction to Reading Skills: Making Inferences
This quick animation provides a fun and engaging introduction to making inferences, a key inferencing skill of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. To learn more about SLA FLEX or to sample this reading intervention program, visit www.flexliteracy.com.
Teaching Kids How to Make Inferences (Rock It!, Part 12)
This video features an activity from my book "Rock It! Transform Classroom Learning with Movement, Songs, and Stories." The book includes over 100 classroom-tested ideas, activities, and strategies that incorporate music, movement, and storytelling to improve student learning and energize the overall environment. In the video I present a brief chant, along with a corresponding set of hand movements, to help children understand what it means to make an inference when they are reading. By repeating the chant and doing these movements for just a minute or two per day for a few days, kids will remember that when making an inference, they need to combine a piece of information from the text with their own knowledge. Give this idea a try in class with your students or at home with your children. More information about the book can be found at http://rockitbook.weebly.com. Each of my new "Teaching Kids" videos will feature 1-2 minute tips for educators and parents and will address a wide variety of topics that focus on teaching the whole child, including academics, character, and health. For Teaching Tips, articles, and other resources on teaching the whole child, visit and subscribe at www.stevereifman.com.
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Dineydi Matos Breakthrough Collabortive Mock Lesson  Making Inferences
Mock Teaching video on making inferences for Breakthrough Collaborative. My lesson plan includes new vocabulary, group discussions, worksheets, and academic song.
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Inference Lesson
This video is about selective scripting
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Ms. Owens January 26 dramatic literature and inferencing lesson plan.
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Inference Demo Lesson.m4v
Moreno Valley Community College Inference Demo Lesson ~ Summer 2010
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Stevenson Inference Lesson
Introductory lesson on making inferences using "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick." 4th grade class.
Views: 452 Melissa Stevenson
Making Inference With Evidence (Karaoke Style)
Wessendorff MS teacher, Mrs. Janice Campbell teaching a lesson on Making Inferences.
Views: 156 INTERACT Academy
Who Wears These Shoes?: Building Comprehension by Making Inferences (Virtual Tour)
Students build skills essential to reading comprehension by inferring who wore a given pair of shoes and providing evidence to support their ideas. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50132/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/34PB.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.
Inference Mini Lesson
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EDUC 240 Inferences Lesson Plan
Just a couple of future teachers making sock puppet vids:) // EDUC 240 Interactive Presentation Systems Lesson Plan A2.2 - Making an Inference - 4th grade English SOL 4.5H // Liberty University
Views: 5 Lexy Newsome
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Inferring Matters: Consolidating an Understanding of Inferences (Virtual Tour)
Students learn to make inferences by connecting evidence from the text to their own knowledge and experiences. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50368/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/45JL.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.
Inference Lesson
Views: 17 Samantha Vega
Brinkley Inferencing Lesson
4th Grade Lynn Hale ELA
Views: 176 Mary Brinkley
CC7108 Reading Comprehension: Making Inferences Chapter App
Making Inferences is the fourth chapter in our Reading Comprehension Digital Lesson Plan Title. This ready-made app is complete with Before You Read questions, vocabulary flash cards, curriculum-based Reading Passages, Graphic Organizers and After You Read questions. Visit www.classroomcompletepress.com for related apps and extended versions of all our products.
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Preparing Students to Read and Infer
A seventh-grade teacher leads his class in through a pre-reading exercise in making inferences.
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inference activity
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Inferences with cartoon cloud boxes
A simple lesson plan on making inferences using cartoon cloud boxes.
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Creating Purple/Making Inferences
lesson on making inferences
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Katelynd Pulver Inference Lesson
Katelynd Pulver Inference Lesson
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What's the Story bebeath the Story? INFERENCE
A lesson plan on practicing inference with upper elementary readers.
Views: 119 Annie Young
Rethinking thinking - Trevor Maber
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/rethinking-thinking-trevor-maber Every day, we meet people and process our interactions--making inferences and developing beliefs about the world around us. In this lesson, Trevor Maber introduces us to the idea of a ladder of inference and a process for rethinking the way we interact. Lesson by Trevor Maber, animation by TED-Ed.
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Breakthrough Application Mock Lesson: Making inferences using text clues
Breakthrough Application Mock Lesson: Making inferences about characters, setting, and conflict in To Kill a Mockingbird.
Views: 32 Julia Skorcz
What Do You Conclude?: Inferring with Poetry (Virtual Tour)
Students explore poems to make inferences and draw conclusions. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50369/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/45JL.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.