Inferences Worksheet – Who Am I?: Read the paragraphs below. Think about who the narrator is in each short story. Try to picture the character. Check the best answer that tells who the character is. Information: Inference Worksheet.
Inferences Worksheet – When Am I?: Read the paragraphs below. Think about when the story takes place. Try to picture the time. Check the best answer that tells when we are in the story. Information: Inference Worksheet.
Information: Inference Worksheet. Making Predictions and Inferences.
Inference Bags - Put mystery items in each bag. Have students write out 6 clues about their mystery object in the bag. The clues shouldn't be obvious, but they do have to be factual. Once finished, students will read clues & make inferences about what the mystery object is.
Understanding the difference between inference and prediction is one of classic challenges in literacy instruction, in addition to the difference between main idea and theme, mood and tone, and reading versus deep reading, and so on. Some of it is a mater