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Inference interpreting a characters feeling

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Inference interpreting a characters feeling

  1. 1. Inference-Interpreting a Characters Feeling<br />MEC Team 7<br />
  2. 2. Learning SuccessIntentions Criteria<br />We are learning to be able to interpret a characters feelings using inference.<br />We will be:<br />Reviewing what inference is.<br />Investigating text to conclude what a character is like.<br />Sharing and documenting our findings.<br />
  3. 3. Sometimes when your reading a story<br />The words are not all there for you<br />So being a good book detective<br />Will help you to find any clue<br />Infer! Infer!<br />Is filling what is not in the book.<br />Infer! Infer!<br />It’s taking a much closer look.<br />Infer Song (To the tune of ‘My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean’)<br />
  4. 4. Some authors leave clues in their pictures<br />Some authors leave clues in their text.<br />They give you just part of the story<br />And want you to fill in the rest.<br />Infer! Infer!<br />Is filling what is not in the book.<br />Infer! Infer!<br />It’s taking a much closer look.<br />
  5. 5. So when you are reading a story<br />Be careful to read what is there<br />But then figure out what is missing<br />Now you are inferring with flair.<br />Infer! Infer!<br />Is filling what is not in the book.<br />Infer! Infer!<br />It’s taking a much closer look.<br />
  6. 6. Listen to one or all of the story ‘Voices In the Park’ (but do not look at the pictures).<br />While you are listening to the story, draw a picture of what you think the person who is telling the story is like.<br />Using inference to find what a character is like.<br />

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