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Deirdre CAPUANO

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The Power to Question and Infer

LI - To understand that to be a good reader, we need to be able to question and infer for meaning We actually infer in our everyday lives all the time - when we see a dog sitting at the back door, when we look at people's facial expressions, when we hear a tone in someone's voice. When we read, we need to be able to use our inferring skills to get more meaning from the text. Together, we will practise inferring, and then we will look at a picture and gather meaning from it.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Reading
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The answer to the picture is that Pandas often have twins but are unable to look after more than one newborn cub so researchers take care of and nurse one of the cubs for the first four months of its life before re-uniting it with its mother and sibling.