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IBET reading strategy

IBET.

Students use inferences, background, and evidence in the text as a
framework for an argumentative essay. The essay cites the textual evidence
that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well
as inferences that may be drawn. An argumentative essay rubric, directly
aligned to language within the Common Core Standards, is used to establish
clear success criteria, assess reading comprehension, assess writing skill, and
assess competency within the language standards. Objective peer-to-peer,
teacher-student, and self-feedback are continually provided to keep learning
moving forward

IBET. The IBET reading strategy helps students understand the inference-making process by using a graphic organizer to break the act of inferring into
steps (Developed by Linda Keating, Albert D. Lawton School).
1.  Student states the Inference.
2.  Student notes the Background information used to arrive at the
inference.
3.  Student notes the Evidence in the Text he or she used to generate the
inference.
The order of these steps can be flexible, as needed.  For example, the
students may start with the inference, note the text, and then identify the
background knowledge used to construct the inference.

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