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10 Anchor Charts to Teach Inferring


I thought I'd go easy on you with a picture post.  No {major} reading required.  Short, easy, inspiring!

Today's Focus:  Anchor Charts for Teaching and Reinforcing Inferring

We know how important it is to teach our students to make inferences when they read.  It's a tricky concept, and one that needs to be taught again and again.  Students often confusing inferring with making predictions and observations, and some are just confused all together!

Sometimes, just the right wording and graphic will make it click for students.  These anchor charts might just do the trick!



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Inference+Anchor+Charts+Reading | anchor charts great anchor charts via pinterest ways to make an anchor ...:

{PS - this teacher has some serious drawing skills!!}

inferring anchor chart ... Would make a great printable too! I would have this chart but have it for morning work where the children would have to infer by the end of the week ...interactive bulletin:
This would make a great whole-class practice activity.

inferring in nonfiction text - anchor chart:
This one would be great to help students in making reading responses on inferring.

Making Inferences anchor chart...or page for interactive notebooks!:
I like how this one includes all the forms on the word "infer" since that can sometimes throw students off!

Inference anchor chart:

Teaching inferring with picture books:
Great activity to show inferring in action.  What a great read aloud book, too!

schema, evidence, Inference- Good for teaching reading strategies for non-fiction.:

an infer song  :-)                                                                                                                                                      More:
(An inferring song:  sung to the tune of Addams Family)

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What phrases or pictures do you use on your own anchor charts to teach inferring?

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