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making inferences

An inference is the ability to connect what is in the text with what is in the mind to create an
educated guess. (Beers, 2003)

Making inferences from words that are read or spoken is a key comprehension skill. Students may
miss vital information if they fail to make appropriate inferences.

Purpose
•  Draw meaning from text – through explicit details and implicit clues.
•  Connect prior knowledge and experiences to the text in order to make good guesses about what
is happening, may have happened or will happen in the future.

Payoff
Students will:
•  develop greater awareness that texts can be understood on more than one level.
•  become capable and confident in comprehending the subtle meanings in texts.
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