Infer Meaning in a Text<br />MEC team 7<br />
Learning 			SuccessIntentions			Criteria<br />We are learning to use inference to draw conclusions in text<br />We will be...
Reading a poem
Making inference about what is going on.
Discussing and sharing the findings.</li></li></ul><li>Play the Inference game to practice your inference skills.<br />Inf...
Read the following poem and see how many inferences you can make about Grandad and the family.<br />Rule the up the table,...
Grandad                              Family<br />
When we go over<br />to my grandad’s<br />he falls asleep<br />While he’s asleep<br />he snores<br />When he wakes up, he ...
Check your answers with those on the next slide. Share your inferences with the class to add to the table.<br />
Grandad                              Family<br />Close-all <br />visit <br />Grandad<br />Old<br />Worried-<br />Getting o...
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  • Accordingly, we can compile that Granddad seemingly cannot control his boredom, he is rather paranoid and doesn't want to cause much of a disturbance, however the family lie in order to evade the guilt from him, implying that Granddad perchance is a guilty man in denial. He is majorly concerned if he snored, suggesting that he does snore a lot, since he his questioning the family. Granddad clearly knows he has been snoring since he has asked the question, the family, instead feel guilty for their actions, which Granddad is oblivious too. Granddad is wise and knows he's being fooled.
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Infer meaning in a text

  1. 1. Infer Meaning in a Text<br />MEC team 7<br />
  2. 2. Learning SuccessIntentions Criteria<br />We are learning to use inference to draw conclusions in text<br />We will be:<br /><ul><li>Practising our inference skills
  3. 3. Reading a poem
  4. 4. Making inference about what is going on.
  5. 5. Discussing and sharing the findings.</li></li></ul><li>Play the Inference game to practice your inference skills.<br />Inference Game<br />
  6. 6. Read the following poem and see how many inferences you can make about Grandad and the family.<br />Rule the up the table, on the next slide, in your book to help you collect information.<br />Grandad<br />
  7. 7. Grandad Family<br />
  8. 8. When we go over<br />to my grandad’s<br />he falls asleep<br />While he’s asleep<br />he snores<br />When he wakes up, he says,<br />‘Did I snore?<br />did I snore?<br />did I snore?<br />Everybody says, ‘No,<br />you didn’t snore.’<br />Why do we lie to him?<br />
  9. 9. Check your answers with those on the next slide. Share your inferences with the class to add to the table.<br />
  10. 10. Grandad Family<br />Close-all <br />visit <br />Grandad<br />Old<br />Worried-<br />Getting old<br />What family <br />thinks<br />Caring –<br />Reassure Grandad <br />Same <br />reactions- everybody<br />says ‘no.’<br />Forgetful<br />Lost or no sense<br />of humour-can’t <br />Laugh at snoring<br />

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