Making Inferences: Reading Comprehension for Kids
In this one-time class, students will be taught what an inference is, why it is important and then begin to make their own inferences through viewing funny pictures, comics and then texts.
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In this one-time class, students will first learn what an inference is. An inference is one of the five areas in reading comprehension. Inferences take clues from a book and the reader's background knowledge, and combine them together to come to a conclusion about something going on in the book. It is reading between the lines at what the author has left unspoken. Students will engage in a scaffolding process to make inferences. Using a Google Slides presentation, students will first...
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Elementary to College: a Doctoral Candidate Educator who has taught it all!
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
8 total reviews
14 completed classes
Hi! My name is Ms. Amanda and I was born to teach. I have two younger sisters and when I was little, I would play teacher with them all the time. As a child, I even taught my sister Sam how to read. I love reading and Harry Potter is my all-time...