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Old 11-12-2013, 03:35 AM
 
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Hi all! I'm a student intern and I am teaching a lesson on inferencing during American Education Week! I was wondering if anyone knew any good and exciting books I could possibly use to teach this idea?

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Check out pinterest for some cute pixar videos that work really well for making inferences! My kiddos loved the one with the little girl and the two musicians. You can stop the video and ask what the kids think is happening because there is no talking or voice over.

Regarding books, I still love Corduroy for inferencing. What can you infer about Corduroy? How do you know he has never been around the store before? How do you know Lisa will take good care of him?
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Crow Call by Louis Lowry
It's about the author going out hunting for crows with her father who has been away in the Service. Beautiful, beautiful illustrations and many opportunities to infer. At the end of the story he chooses not to shoot the crows.

Something Beautiful by Eve Bunting
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Old 11-19-2013, 09:57 AM
 
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The book Tuesday or other wordless picture books

Actual photos...there are a ton I see on pinterest

The Wreck of the Zepher by Chris Van Allsburgh (many of his books would be good)


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Blackout by John Rocco is a good book for teaching inferences. You can also play the "What's in Mrs. (your name) Purse?" If you have keys in your purse, kids can infer that you have a car and can drive. If you have coupons in your purse, they can infer you like to save money. If you have a shopping list in your purse, they can infer you need to go to the store and so on. It's a great game to play with them.
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