Inference Jones

How do you teach a child to think critically? One way is to teach them to draw inferences about what they read. Inferences are the meanings we-the-reader assign to text. The author does not have to tell us that the boy who is laughing is happy; we infer that he is happy. We draw from personal knowledge based on our experiences. Readers construct meaning through interpretation and this is the basis of Inference Jones. Each lesson has a text with a


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