Inferencing: Flocabulary
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• Question 1
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Q. When you use details or evidence in a text to draw a conclusion, you ______.
summarize
identify the main idea
infer
• Question 2
30 seconds
Q. Inferencing means _____.
understanding exactly what the text says
using logic to read between the lines
using word parts to decode an unknown word
• Question 3
30 seconds
Q. When you read 'between the lines' you ______.
make an educated guess about things that aren't written down
look for the very small print in between the lines of a book
• Question 4
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Q. Which statement about an inference is correct?
An inference is based only on what a text says.
An inference always turns out to be right.
An inference requires that you use clues.
• Question 5
30 seconds
Q. It is snowing. Your friend Justina is coming to sleep over. She texts you that she's on her way but will be late. What is the best inference you could make?
Justina is doing her homework.
Justina is babysitting her brother.
Traffic is slow due to the weather.
• Question 6
30 seconds
Q. Your mother is wearing a rain coat. When she comes inside, she puts down an umbrella. The best inference you could make is that _____.
she is picking your brother up from school
she needs to go grocery shopping
it is raining outside
• Question 7
30 seconds
Q. Terrence is camping alone. It is dry and windy out. He falls asleep in his sleeping bag near the blazing campfire. What is the best inference you could make?