Use Text Evidence to Make Inferences About a Text's Meaning

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Good literature says and implies. Good readers examine what is directly stated, as well as the implications of the words the author chooses and the events pictured. The narrator of this short video models how to use textual evidence to formulate inferences and how to use those inferences to comprehend the themes an author sets forth. Part two of a series of videos that use Edna St. Vincent Millay’s “Sonnet VII” as the anchor text, the video would work best if shown with the other videos in the series that helps readers develop close reading and comprehension skills.

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