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Inferencing Questions

Inferencing Questions.
Marzano suggests teachers pose four questions to
students to facilitate a discussion about making inferences ( Marzano, 2010). 
What is my inference?  This question helps students become aware that
they have just made an inference by filling in information that was not
directly stated in the text.
What information did I use to make this inference?
It is important for students to understand the various types of
information they use to make inferences. This may include information
presented in the text, or it may be background knowledge that a student
brings to the learning setting.
How good was my thinking?  Once students have identified the premises
on which they've based their inferences, they can engage in the most
powerful part of the process examining the validity of their thinking.
Do I need to change my thinking?  The final step in the process is for
students to consider possible changes in their thinking. The point here is
not to invalidate students' original inferences, but rather to help them
develop the habit of continually updating their thinking as they gather
new information.

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