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  • 1. inferencerevision
  • 2. objectives • Able to spot mistakes for inference • Edit answers to be at the highest level
  • 3. WARNINGThere can be more than one validinference. So focus on checking if youhave the components, not if you haveinferred the same thing.
  • 4. 1)Why were theseinterviews featuredin the news video?
  • 5. 1)Why were theseinterviews featuredin the news video?Provide ReasonWhat is the author trying to get theaudience to do?
  • 6. 1) Provide MsgThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans.
  • 7. 1) Provide MsgThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. Tip #1: Always use "Convince" as it is a stronger word than "show" and "tell"
  • 8. 1) Provide MsgThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. Tip #2: Message = what they want to tell the audience. It MUST NOT have the exact words from the source.
  • 9. 2) Provide evidence toback your claimThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do".
  • 10. 3) Provide the contextThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do".
  • 11. Where and when was this made?3) Provide the contextThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do".
  • 12. Cher, if no date how to provide when?
  • 13. Cher, if no date how to provide when?WHEN is not the date. It is howimportant the date is.You can inferit base on the source.
  • 14. Cher, if no date how to provide when?WHEN is not the date. It is howimportant the date is.You can inferit base on the source.Bad WHEN: This source was published in 2010Good WHEN: This source was published after theTamil Tigers were destroyed.
  • 15. Cher, if no date how to provide when?WHEN is not the date. It is howimportant the date is.You can inferit base on the source.Bad WHEN: This source was published in 2010Good WHEN: This source was published after theTamil Tigers were destroyed.
  • 16. Where and when was this made?3) Provide the contextThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do".
  • 17. Where and when was this made?3) Provide the contextThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.
  • 18. Where and when was this made?3) Provide the contextThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.
  • 19. 4) Provide PurposeThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.
  • 20. What action does the author wants the audience to take?4) Provide PurposeThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.
  • 21. What action does the author wants the audience to take?4) Provide PurposeThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner thesupport of Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 22. What action does the author wants the audience to take?4) Provide PurposeThe interviews were featured because thereporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This isbecause the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrongthing to do". The interviews were featured in anAmerican news video, published during a periodwhere out-sourcing is common in America.Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner thesupport of Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 23. 2) Is the reporter whomade the news videoa supporter oropponent of out-sourcing?
  • 24. logic• Look at the purpose • Will a supporter / opponent ask the audience to do it?
  • 25. Purpose of Source AThe interviews were featured because the reporter is trying toconvince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular amongAmericans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do".The interviews were featured in an American news video,published during a period where out-sourcing is common inAmerica. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the supportof Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 26. Purpose of Source AThe interviews were featured because the reporter is trying toconvince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular amongAmericans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do".The interviews were featured in an American news video,published during a period where out-sourcing is common inAmerica. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the supportof Americans to go against out-sourcing. Go against. . . MUST BE an opponent!
  • 27. 1) Answer the qnsThe reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing.The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying toconvince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular amongAmericans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "isdespicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do".The interviews were featured in an American news video,published during a period where out-sourcing is common inAmerica. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the supportof Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 28. 2) Provide purposeto back your claim The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 29. 2) Provide purposeto back your claim The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 30. 2) Provide purposeto back your claim The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing. That”s like a why question!
  • 31. 3) Explain whythe author cannot be from the other side(use tone) The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing.
  • 32. 3) Explain whythe author cannot be from the other side(use tone) The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing. The reporter cannot be a supporter of out-sourcing as a supporter of out-sourcing would not portray out-sourcing in such a negative and unpopular manner.
  • 33. 3) Explain whythe author cannot be from the other side(use tone) The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing. The reporter cannot be a supporter of out-sourcing as a supporter of out-sourcing would not portray out-sourcing in such a negative and unpopular manner.
  • 34. 3) Explain whythe author cannot be from the other side(use tone) The reporter is an opponent of out-sourcing. The interviews were featured because the reporter is trying to convince Americans that out-sourcing is unpopular among Americans. This is because the source states that outsourcing "is despicable and disgusting" and that "it is the wrong thing to do". The interviews were featured in an American news video, published during a period where out-sourcing is common in America. Therefore, the reporter is trying to garner the support of Americans to go against out-sourcing. The reporter cannot be a supporter of out-sourcing as a supporter of out-sourcing would not portray out-sourcing in such a negative and unpopular manner.
  • 35. have a better ideaabout inference?
  • 36. If youre done already... Submit your edited Question 2 to me 1) Go to m.socrative.com 2) Enter room 9382 3) Key in your edited Qns 2 and submit it Remember to include your name and class Once done: interesting videos to check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn7IoT_WSRA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS9uaeSJifA