An online video lesson that can be used in whole group, small group, or with individual students. Teachers who use Google Classroom can assign this lesson to individual students with the click of a button!
In this free online book, you will find strategies, templates, skill builders, charts, graphic organizers, and mini-lessons; along with books and websites for further work. I love the range of resources along with the range of grade levels, which is perfect for differentiation.
This presentation defines inferencing as a reader and as a writer. The presentation offers multiple resources including books and videos to help teach inference skills in primary, secondary, middle, and high school students.
This article gives teachers 4 questions to pose in order for students to analyze texts and make inferences. My favorite part is that this method, called elaborative interrogation by researchers allows students to understand that they already make inferences every day!
This is a full lesson plan which uses a news article to teach inferences. There are multiple options for text lexile level, options for ELL, and lesson extensions; along with comprehension questions and assessments.