# Unit of Study: Making Inferences

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1 Anchor Lesson: 2 Pre-assessment Select the Materials Name the Strategy Explain I have noticed that A strategy readers use is Introduce the Text Demonstrate the Strategy Say: Think aloud. Show: Model. Explain: How this will help them as a reader. Inferring in real life/reacting to a text Have you ever laughed or cried, felt afraid or angry when you read a book, watched a movie, or a show on TV? Turn and talk to a partner about what happened. Don t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late, Mo Willems One way readers make inferences is by reacting to the text. When you laugh, cry or feel something, you are inferring. An inference is something that is probably true. The author doesn t directly tell us everything in the story, like, laugh here! cry here!, or now is the time to feel angry. The same thing happens when we watch a movie. Have you ever yelled at the characters in a movie to Run! or while you are watching, your heart begins to beat faster and you feel as if you are right there with them? That s inferring. You are inferring what may happen to them while you are watching. When you do this while reading or listening to a story, you are making an inference. We can use the illustrations, the words the author chose, or the type of print the author uses to help us to make these inferences. This also helps us to understand and enjoy the story more. Let me show you what I mean. From the very first page, I know that the pigeon is pretty tired. He says he isn t, but I can see that Mo Willems drew the pigeon with sleepy eyes. He is also waving his wings and walking a bit and I know that when my children want to stay up past their bedtime, they try to convince me they aren t tired just like the pigeon is doing. Mo Willems didn t tell me the pigeon is really tired, but I inferred it with what I already know from my schema and the evidence in the illustration (pigeon s sleepy eyes). On the next page I laugh because he is saying I m in the mood for a hot dog party very excitedly. I can tell from the exclamation point Mo used, and by the way the Notes to Build Next Lesson Refer to the Venn diagram from the previous lesson s anchor chart 16

8 Name(s) Date Title Inference Evidence Explanation 23

9 Name Date Title My Inference Evidence Explanation 24

13 Provide Guided Invite the students to practice the strategy with teacher guidance. Provide Independent Remind students before they go off to read. When you go to RW, try Decide when in the text to invite students to share some of their own inferences. Ask students to turn and talk to their partners about what they are thinking and why they are thinking that. Guide students to articulate which clues from the text and which experiences from their schema helped them create the inference. Record the thinking on the chart. Invite students to use a post-it to mark places where they made an inference as they were reading. OR Have students record their inferences in their reader s notebooks by drawing a 3- column- chart and recording their thinking. Move from turn and talk to stop and jot before sharing out. Conference Points Did you make any inferences in your reading today? What are you thinking? What makes you think that? Use the chart to explain what clues in the text and what background knowledge you used to make you come to that conclusion. Share/Reinforce Have 1-2 students share inferences they came up with today. Encourage students to articulate how making inferences as they read helped them understand the story. 28

14 Anchor Lesson: 7 Pre-assessment Select the Materials Inferring with text without illustrations Turn and talk to your partner about what you can do to infer when there are no pictures. Slower than the Rest from Every Living Thing, Cynthia Rylant, Snippets - Attached Notes to Build Next Lesson Other Texts: Stories from Every Living Thing, Cynthia Rylant Excerpts from Hey World Here I Am, Jean Little Name the Strategy Explain I have noticed that A strategy readers use is I have noticed that you are very successful making inferences using picture books because not only are you using the text, you are also using the illustrations. Now that you are in fourth grade many of you are also reading chapter books with very few or no pictures. Today we will work on making inferences in text without illustrations. Put Slower than the Rest text on the overheard. Introduce the Text Use the 3-column chart to remind students how to make inferences by using evidence from the text and an explanation that supports their inference. Demonstrate the Strategy Say: Think aloud. Show: Model. Explain: How this will help them as a reader. Let s work on making inferences in a text without pictures so that we can really focus on making inferences and then using the words in the text to support our thinking. Watch me. Model making inferences throughout the first few pages. p. 1 I am thinking that Leo is a caring person and an animal lover. I am thinking this because in the text it says, There s a turtle! It also says, Leo was allowed to pick it up off the highway and bring it home. Continue modeling inferences from the first few pages of the text. 29

16 Two Column Chart to Record Inferences Name Date Title Inference Evidence Explanation 31

17 Making Inferences - Snippets Name Date Snippet (evidence) Explanation I m inferring, It sure is dark in here. Could we turn on some lights? asked Wendy and Jack. The fun house is too spooky! said Jack as he walked through it. I m ready to go on the Ferris wheel, said Wendy. 32

18 Making Inferences - Snippets Name Date Snippet (evidence) I am not jealous of your new dress, said Mary. I don t like that color on me anyway. My mother buys me more expensive things than that. I think the material looks like it would rip easily and not wash well. Where did you buy it? Was that the only one they had left? asked Mary. Explanation I m inferring, 33

25 and how you used your schema and the information in the text to make your predictions. Talk about how you predict not only what will happen but also how it will happen. Record ideas about your thinking on the overhead or document camera. Continue reading and stop at turning point in the text when you have the opportunity to rethink your prediction. (e.g. Who would his successor be? How will the Emperor choose? ) Think aloud: I think Ping is going to be his successor because in the text it said that both Ping and the Emperor loved flowers and gardens. I also know that Ping is going to experience some kinds of trouble. I know that authors often introduce a character early in the story when something big is going to happen later in the story. I am also thinking that the Emperor is somehow going to use growing flowers to choose the new Emperor. I am going to read on to see what happens. 40

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