Derive meaning while reading (e.g., express reactions and personal opinions to a selection, make inferences, draw conclusions based on evidence gained). 0401.6.2
Links verified on 10/27/2011
- Context Clues - online interactive tutorial and quiz
- Context Clues 2 - select correct meaning of the word from context clues
- Drawing Conclusions - [designed for grade 3] Read the story and choose the correct word to complete the sentence.
- Drawing Conclusions - [designed for grade 3] Read the story and answer the question.
- Drawing Inferences - how to be a critical reader
- Help Reluctant Silent Readers Read to Learn - ideas and suggestions to help students become better readers.
- Making Inferences - online story and quiz
- Making Inferences - Read about Josh and his dad. Write about what you think Josh and his dad will do.
- Making inferences lesson - lesson followed by quiz
- Making Inferences Using a Concept Map - [3 multiple-choice questions] use details to make accurate inferences when reading textbooks
- Personal Responses to a Novel - ideas for a literature unit based on fictional genre:
- Reciprocal Reading - Reading Strategies and lesson ideas for teachers.
- Using Context Clues - This section will help you review and strengthen your knowledge of using context clues. The 30 exercises are grouped into beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Determine your level of knowledge and then select an exercise from the lists at the site.
- Use Predictions to Help Kids Think Deeply about Books - Predicting involves more than trying to figure out what happens next. As kids find evidence to form hunches, they also ask questions, recall facts, reread, skim, infer, draw conclusions, and, ultimately, comprehend the text more fully. (3-5) The Prediction Book Report
- What can you Infer? - Interactive quiz
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