Synopses & Reviews
The skill of inferencing, using information to draw a logical conclusion, is a higher-level thinking skill that is sometimes difficult for young students to master but very important to reading comprehension. The high-interest lessons in this book are supplemented with a variety of activities to make learning the skill of inferencing fun. The exercises increase in difficulty as the book progresses, so the students practice more advanced skills as they work through the book. With a variety of fun and instructional formats, teachers can provide direct instruction, reinforcement, or independent practice throughout the year.
About This Book
The skill of inferringusing context clues to extract meaningis a higher-level thinking skill that is not easily mastered by young students. Using a variety of fun and interesting formats, the activities in Inferring require students to draw logical conclusions based on prior knowledge and on information that is implied but not directly stated. This important skill will strengthen comprehension across subject areas and aid students throughout their education.
Using a variety of fun and interesting formats, the activities in Inferring require students to draw logical conclusions based on prior knowledge and implied information.
Inferring is an essential reading comprehension skill for all subject areas. Help students understand inferring using Spotlight on Reading: Inferring for grades 56. This 48-page book includes a variety of high-interest lessons and activities that make learning fun!