Making Inferences Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.4.2

Core Standard

Inferences are decisions or deductions that you make when you have a good set of primary evidence to base it on. An inference is not subjective or an opinion to any level. You need plenty of cold hard facts to reach a level where you are highly confident to infer anything. I often ask students to underline key facts in whatever they are reading. This allows them to revisit what they have read and compile layers of evidentiary pieces to mount an inference. These worksheets will help students begin to understand the process of leaning into facts and making decisions based on those facts.









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