Inference Lesson by Varun, Teddy, and Aidan
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Do you know what inferring is? Inferring is to conclude information based on clues or evidence.
So what is happening? Make an inference, and talk with your peers at your table. Ok, time, and what inferences did you make? A big clue is the medicine. Raise your hand if you inferred that he is sick.
If you want to make your inferences better, write down your thoughts and clues from the book. Or else your inference might be wrong. Also be aware of all clues in the book/movie.
Who is he talking to? I think I can infer that he is talking to himself outloud. No, maybe he is filming.
Yo yo yo. What can you infer about this scene? Talk with your table.
A hint is that the answer is about us! But beware, it may not be obvious. Ok time, and if you thought they were siblings, you are correct.
So make a 3 column chart and the left section is your inferencing question, the middle is the answer, and the right is the proof and clues in the text.
Hey! Do you know what QAP is? Well Q stands for question,A stands for answer, and P stands for proof.
Get a sheet of notebook paper and write a QAP Chart about this scene. When your done, raise your hand. Do your best! OK, the answer is that the dragon is trying to destroy the robot.
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