Reading Skill Make Inferences



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Reading Skill

Make Inferences

A character who narrates a story provides a limited amount of information. A reader can make inferences, or educated guesses, to figure out information that the narrator does not tell you. This skill is especially important when the narrator of a story does not understand everything he or she sees or experiences.



Directions: On the chart, record details that the narrator provides about each place. Then make inferences about the setting.

Places

Important Details

My Inferences

Dead Places

Only priests and sons of priests can visit.

Priests go there to find metal.






The Great River







The Place of the Gods











Resource Manager Unit 3

Grade 10


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