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  • We are learning about Inferring.
    We are learning about Cause and Effect.
    I understand what Inferring means.
    I know more about Cause and Effect.
  • Inferring means to make connections during or after reading from the clues found in the text.
    Example:
    One morning during your first week of high school, You walked down the stairs to breakfast. Your mother took one look at your clothes and said, "Are you wearing THAT to school!”
    What is happening?
    You could infer not only by her question, but also from the look on her face, that you should go upstairs and change into a different set of clothes. Your clothes must be inappropriate for school.
  • Steam floats from a cup of coffee?
    What are you inferring?
    You infer that the cup of coffee is hot.
  • Something that makes something happen
    Discussion
    What is....
    Something that has happened because of something else
    Cause
    and
    Effect
    Please write this into your workbook
  • Billy stacked the boxes too high and they fell onto his head.
    Cause
    and
    Effect
  • The
    Cause and Effect
    Game Show
  • Cause and Effect
    Mr. McDowell screamed because he was chased by a mouse.
  • Cause and Effect
    Mr. McDowell screamed because he was chased by a mouse.
    Cause
    Effect
  • Cause and Effect
    Mr. Crossman jumped up and down when he stood on a bee.
  • Cause and Effect
    Mr. Crossman jumped up and down when he stood on a bee.
    Cause
    Effect
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Andrea Ford chased Bob around the room and he flew away.
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Andrea Ford chased Bob around the room and he flew away.
    Effect
    Cause
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Jordan Ford tripped over the bottle of paint she left on the floor of the art room.
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Jordan Ford trippedover thebottle of paint she left on the floor of the art room.
    Cause
    Effect
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Stockx was worried when Rory landed on top of Sweep’s head.
  • Cause and Effect
    Mrs. Stockx was worried when Rory landed on top of Sweep’s head.
    Cause
    Effect
  • The End!