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Making Inferences - Reading between the lines . Base your inferences on information provided by the author Use your own prior knowledge and experience Consider alternative interpretations. How to Form Conclusions and Predict Outcomes – Read beyond the lines.

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making inferences reading between the lines
Making Inferences - Reading between the lines
  • Base your inferences on information provided by the author
  • Use your own prior knowledge and experience
  • Consider alternative interpretations
how to form conclusions and predict outcomes read beyond the lines
How to Form Conclusions and Predict Outcomes – Read beyond the lines
  • Find the author’s main idea (issue) and conclusion
  • Identify facts, opinions, and supporting details (reasons, evidence, etc.)
  • Check unknown vocab – use context clues
  • Use inferencing skills – rely on schema and evidence from the selection
  • Predict likely outcomes and form your own conclusion
    • Build your predictions / conclusions on evidence and information from reading
    • Be aware of the writer’s and your own bias, opinions, likes, dislikes
how to generalize read and apply
How to Generalize – Read and apply
  • Understand the main idea and key details
  • Determine the author’s conclusion(s) based on information you have read
  • Apply the writer’s ideas to different situations – draw your own conclusions
  • Avoid over generalizing – making statements too broad in scope
  • Use inductive reasoning – draw general conclusions from specific information
  • Avoid words like always, never, must, certainly, absolutely, and definitely