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  • 14. Poor people have a lot of kids. Kids get whipped so they won’t
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  • “ There was an Old Woman Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences When you make an inference, you use clues from the story to figure out what the author doesn’t tell you.
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences When you make an inference, you use clues from the story to figure out what the author doesn’t tell you. Explicit Questions
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences When you make an inference, you use clues from the story to figure out what the author doesn’t tell you. Explicit Questions The answer to explicit questions come directly from the story.
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences When you make an inference, you use clues from the story to figure out what the author doesn’t tell you. Explicit Questions The answer to explicit questions come directly from the story. Vignette
  • Making Inferences Term Definition Making Inferences When you make an inference, you use clues from the story to figure out what the author doesn’t tell you. Explicit Questions The answer to explicit questions come directly from the story. Vignette A short writing that focuses on one scene, character, or idea
  • There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe
    • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
  • There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe
    • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
    • She had so many children; she didn’t know what to do.
  • There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe
    • She gave them some broth without any bread;
  • There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe
    • She gave them some broth without any bread;
    • Then whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.
  • Answer the questions. Are the answers explicit, or inferential?
    • What did the old woman do to the kids?
  • Answer the questions. Are the answers explicit, or inferential?
    • What did the old woman do to the kids?
    • Is the family well-off? How do you know?
  • Answer the questions. Are the answers explicit, or inferential?
    • What did the old woman do to the kids?
    • Is the family well-off? How do you know?
    • Why do you think the old woman whipped the kids?
  • Answer the questions. Are the answers explicit, or inferential?
    • What did the old woman do to the kids?
    • Is the family well-off? How do you know?
    • Why do you think the old woman whipped the kids?
    • What lesson do you think is taught in this nursery rhyme?
  • “ There Was an Old Woman She Had So Many Children She Didn’t Know What To Do”
    • Answer the questions. Are they explicit, or inferential?
    • Was Rosa Vargas a good mother?
    • How many kids does she have?
    • Is Mr. Benny mean, or nice?
    • Who is to blame for all of the kids getting hurt?
    • Write down one simile from this section.
  • “Those Who Don’t”
    • Who comes into the neighborhood?
    • What are they afraid of?
    • Why is everybody who lives in the neighborhood safe?
    • What happens when they go to another neighborhood?
    • What can you infer the writer is saying about all people?