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Kathryn Watkins

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Reading Strategies - Making Inferences

Inferring is a valuable skill for you to use when engaging with and responding to texts. 1. Click the button and take some time to look closely at the image provided. 2. Using your schema and the clues in the image record what you infer using the tool. Remember to refer back to the questions provided on the instruction page to guide your thinking/answers. 4. Upload your completed work to your journal with the button. Where is this picture taking place? How do you know? Why are there so many medals on the general’s chest? What is the old lady knitting? Why is the man selling pocket watches? What makes you think that? What is the man sitting behind the general doing? Why do you think that? What does the old man sitting in the front want? Why do you think he wants that? What are the two men who are wearing hats discussing? What makes you think this? What is the woman who is holding an apple doing?

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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