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Mrs Williams

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Using inference to be a reading detective

When we read stories, watch films or TV shows, look at pictures or play video games, we use lots of different skills to work out what is happening. One of these skills is called inference. Inferring is a bit like being a detective. You have to find the clues to work out the hidden information. Imagine the main character in a story skips into a room, smiling brightly and waving to their friends. You could infer that the character is happy. The text hasn’t told you the character is happy, but you can work it out from the clues given. Task 1 Tap the to watch a short video explaining more about inference. Tap to get started Task 2 (Pages 1-3) To answer inference questions, you have to examine the whole scene. Look at these ‘Inference Picture Cards’ and choose at least 2 to answer. Task 3 (Pages 4&5) Click on this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfn6pg8 Scroll down and watch the video of Tiddalik the frog. Complete the table on page 5. Tap when finished

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, Reading
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