Inferencing Activities Program

This inferencing activities program focuses on teaching your students inference and thinking skills.

Inference is a vital skill that students need to comprehend stories, advertisements, newspaper articles and pretty much all written fiction.

The book is ordered into individual chapters that your students work through at their own pace.

This comprehensive program assures active participation from students. After reading a scenario, students are prompted to look beyond surface details in the text and find the hidden meaning. This requires your students to use their inferencing ability, an essential reading comprehension skill.

The activities feature six sections:

  • Section 1: Inference from Pictures and Text
  • Section 2: Sentence level inference
  • Section 3: Paragraph level inference (Non-fiction)
  • Section 4: Paragraph Level inference (Fiction)
  • Section 5: Text Level Inference (Non-fiction)
  • Section 6: Text Level Inference (Fiction)

The inferencing activities workbook is an easy to follow manual that has been designed to engage your students with high interest scenarios.

Each scenario contains several questions which cleverly prompt your students' thinking and problem solving skills.

The inference activities workbook is appropriate for any child who wishes to improve their reading comprehension skills.

In this 118 page reproducible book there are:

  • Inference activities featuring pictures and text with unique illustrations hand drawn by the author.
  • Inference activities at sentence level - featuring time, location, what, who, and why questions.
  • 100 paragraph level non-fiction scenarios with over 200 questions.
  • 100 paragraph level fiction scenarios with over 200 questions.
  • Extensive answer section in the appendix.

Please click on PDF download to access table of contents and a free chapter complete with answer section.

The Inference Activities Program is suitable for students aged between 8-12 years of age.

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