Good readers use what they know and clues found in a story to make inferences about what a writer wants readers to consider. Here's a graphic that supports this comprehension strategy and asks kids to record what they know, the clues they have found, and the inferences they can draw from this information.
- Project an image of the template, model the process, and then guide class members through the process before having readers work independently
- The 19th in a series of 22 inference worksheets
- The colorful template may be used with any text
- No model is included