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1 Answering a question that asks you to infer. Fold your paper like this! Note: The top flap does not go all the way down to the edge of your paper.

2 Answering a question that asks you to infer. How do I infer?

3 Answering a question that asks you to infer. How do I infer? What are key word to look for in question that asks you to infer?

4 Answering a question that asks you to infer. How do I infer? What are key word to look for in question that asks you to infer? Inference question Type #1

5 Answering a question that asks you to infer. How do I infer? What are key word to look for in question that asks you to infer? Inference question Type #1 Inference question Type #2

6 Answering a question that asks you to infer. How do I infer? What are key word to look for in question that asks you to infer? Inference question Type #1 Inference question Type #2 REMEMBER THIS!

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8 Inside under the flap on your far left: imply suggest infer assume most likely probably seem predict Indicate conclude

9 Inside under the 2 nd flap from your left: imply suggest infer assume most likely probably seem predict Indicate conclude Draw a conclusion based on facts found in the reading passage.

10 Inside under the 2 nd flap from your right: imply suggest infer assume most likely probably seem predict Indicate conclude Draw a conclusion based on facts found in the reading passage. Find the meaning of a word or phrase. (Use context clues!)

11 Inside under the flap on the far right: imply suggest infer assume most likely probably seem predict Indicate conclude Draw a conclusion based on facts found in the reading passage. Find the meaning of a word or phrase. (Use context clues!) Inferences must be supported by the evidence provided. Keep this foldable in your binder and bring it everyday to class. We will be completing reading comprehension practices and you WILL be able to use this foldable if you bring it with you!


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