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    • Inferencing Hunting for Clues to Solve a Puzzle
    • What is Inferencing?
      • Finding clues
      • Putting them together
      • Solving the problem
      • Like a jigsaw puzzle
    • Here are some Synonyms
      • deduce
      • figure out
      • guess
      • interpretation
      • read between the lines
      • understand
      • reason
      • drawing conclusions
    • Daily Inferencing
      • Jigsaw puzzles
      • Answering Riddles
      • Problem Solving (backtracking)
      • Answering questions
      • Reading
      • Math word problems
      • Conversing with people
    • Finding Clues
      • What Should We Look For?
      • PLACES
      • TIME
      • COLORS
      • TEXTURES
      • BODY LANGUAGE
      • ACTIONS
      • SITUATIONS OR CONTEXT
    • Visual Clues
      • What clues do you see?
      • What do we know about the product?
      • What do we know about the company?
      • What do we know about the person who drank the drink?
    • Situational Clues
      • What do we know about this picture?
      • What clues do you see?
      • What can we infer from the clues?
    • Location Clues
      • What do we know about the event in the photo?
      • What is the mood of the event?
      • What other activities may be occurring at the same time or later?
    • Word Clues
      • It’s clear
      • It’s round
      • It’s made of glass, metal and plastic
      • It has a handle
      • It makes things look bigger
      • What is it?
    • Body Language Clues Are they having the same conversation? How do you know?
    • Let’s Practice
      • What clues do you notice?
      • Who are the people in the commercial and what do they represent?
      • What emotions are you seeing from the people in the commercial?
      • What can we infer from this commercial?
    • Putting the Clues Together
      • When we infer meaning we put together clues like a jigsaw puzzle.
      • For example: Look at our clues!
      • The Captain traveled down the rough muddy road in his Jeep .
      • What clues are presented ?
      • What can we infer about The Captain?
    • You be the Detective
      • You will be receiving 5 sets of clues in just a few minutes. Follow the clues to see if you can infer the answers. You will find the clues on your computers in the jigsaw puzzle program.
    • Let’s Practice Some More!
      • What word clues can you find to help you solve this puzzle?
      • Listen to the word clues to see if you can guess who the mystery person is.
    • Let’s Solve a Mystery
      • On your computers go to the following web site: http://kids.mysterynet.com/solveit/
      • Read the story and let’s discuss the clues you found before you solve the mystery
    • Let’s Recap...
      • Inferencing means:
      • Finding clues
      • Putting them together
      • Solving the problem
      • It is just like a jigsaw puzzle.
    • Instructions for our Project
      • Choose a picture from our database that shows the end of a possible story.
      • Create a short story that tells what led up to this ending.
      • Present your story to the class.