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Good Morning! 3-13-2013. CH 6 Notes Quiz Collect Homework Inference Practice Homework. CH 6 Notes Quiz. Use your notes for the quiz When you are finished… TURN OVER YOUR QUIZ!!!!!!. Really… I mean it… turn your quiz over! I might just make it part of the grade…. Collect Homework.

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Good morning 3 13 2013

Good Morning!3-13-2013

CH 6 Notes Quiz

Collect Homework

Inference Practice

Homework


Ch 6 notes quiz

CH 6 Notes Quiz

  • Use your notes for the quiz

  • When you are finished…

    • TURN OVER YOUR QUIZ!!!!!!

Really… I mean it… turn your quiz over! I might just make it part of the grade…


Collect homework

Collect Homework

  • Turn in your 6-7 Answers


Inference practice

Inference Practice

  • What can you infer from this picture?

What are the supporting details?


Inference practice1

Inference Practice

  • What can you infer from this paragraph?

  • At the zoo, there are lots of different animals. It is fun to watch the otters frolic in their habitat. The monkeys entertain the crowd with their antics. Even though the tigers are usually sleeping, they’re still really exciting to see so close because of how big and strong they are.


Inference practice2

Inference Practice

  • Which inference is reasonable for this sentence?

  • Half of the public education classrooms in the United States are now hooked up to the internet.

  • Books are no longer considered the sole source of information on a subject.

  • Teachers have become better teachers now that they have Internet access.


Inference practice3

Inference Practice

  • Which inference is reasonable for this sentence?

  • Political candidates must now include the Internet in their campaign plans

  • Informal debates between candidates may be conducted online.

  • Internet campaigning will drastically increase overall campaign expenditures.


Inference practice4

Inference Practice

  • Which inferences are reasonable for this sentence?

  • The Internet can make doctors more efficient through the use of new software and databases that make patient diagnosis more accurate

  • The cost of in-person medical care is likely to decrease.

  • Doctors may be able to identify patients with serious illnesses sooner.

  • Doctors are likely to pay less attention to their patients’ descriptions of symptoms.

  • Information on the symptoms and treatment of rare illnesses is more readily available.


Partner inference practice

Partner Inference Practice

  • I wouldn’t eat after that two-year-old if I were you.

  • Inference: The two-year-old probably did something gross to the food you were about to eat.

  • For Valentine’s Day, my fantastic neighbor gave his wife a poem that took him about two seconds to write. Sheesh.

  • Inference: My neighbor is not very considerate since he didn’t take his time writing the poem.


Homework

Homework

  • Read “The Childless Uncle & The Baby Take Manhattan”

  • Make inferences while reading.

  • Do the activity at the end.


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