You Make the Call (10)
What will happen next? Young writers plot what will happen next after studying the clues in four story starters.
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- Use the first sentence on the worksheet to model for learners how to used context clues to infer what will happen next
- The 10th in a series of 22 worksheets that focus on inferences
- The exercise encourages readers to pay close attention to context clues to form their inferences
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