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Standards? What do my kids needs? (language and content) What would be interesting and engaging?. Content Objective: Students will be able to use visual , dialogue , and informational clues to infer details in a text. Language Objective: Function/Purpose – Infer

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  • Standards?

  • What do my kids needs? (language and content)

  • What would be interesting and engaging?

  • Content Objective: Students will be able to use visual, dialogue, and informational clues to infer details in a text.

  • Language Objective:

    • Function/Purpose – Infer

    • Form/Sentence structure –

      • Based on ____________, I (think, infer) _______________.

  • Vocabulary:

    • francs, Eiffel Tower, monsieur, figs, Bastille Day

Topic: Inferring

(reading, speaking, listening, writing

  • Text:

    • The Sweetest Fig by Chris Van Allsburg


What clues can I use to help me make inferences when reading?


A crime was recently committed but remains…

UNSOLVED!

Your mission, is to identify the TYPES of clues a detective could use to help solve the crime.


Think, Pair, Share

THINK like a detective and write what clues you would use to solve a crime on the blue pieces of paper.

PAIR with a neighbor and discuss your ideas! Did you have any similar ideas?

SHARE out similar ideas with the whole group.


Types of clues detectives and readers use to help them infer
Types of Clues Detectives AND Readers use to help them INFER!!

Visual (Picture)

Dialogue

Informational (text)


“Boy am I glad I listened to the radio this afternoon!”

Joe’s sweater came in handy at the game.

How do you know Joe is cold?

How did Joe know he needed to wear a sweater to the game?

Based on _______________, I (think, infer) ___________________.

visual, dialogue, informational/text


Statue of Liberty

Eiffel Tower


http://members.aol.com/twittwoo/dollar.jpg

francs

dollars

http://www.la-numismatique.biz/images/5-francs-berger-U149.jpg


Mister

Monsieur


http://www.nuclear.com/graphics/France-BastilleDay2003.jpg

4th of July

Bastille Day

http://www.lowermanhattan.info/images/news/44th_July4_opener_lg.gif

http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/images/uc06330.jpg


“Sacre Bleu!”

“Holy Cow!”


Figs

http://broken.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/fig_newton2.jpg

http://waynesword.palomar.edu/images/fig1.gif



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