Lesson Plan : Making Inferences

Teacher Name:
 T. Bernardin
Grade:
 Grade 4
Subject:
 Literature Activities

Topic:
 Realistic Fiction
Content:
 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions. Using what you know, what learned, and connections you can make, to tell what you think.
Goals:
 Students will be able to use their understanding of the world, and the connections they make to the story to make inferences about the characters, setting, and problem.
Objectives:
 Students will be able to make inferences about characters to describe characters in depth from a story. CCSS.4.3 Students will be able to quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.. CCSS.5.1
Materials:
 smartboard,chart paper, power point, handouts.
Introduction:
 You may not realize this but you make inferences everyday. Anytime you take what you know about a topic, and an experience you've had and you use that to say what you think.
Development:
 Make Inferences about Juice, Pa, Ms. Geneva. Model on Chart paper as we read Chapter 6. I will model, through think alouds. I notice from the book, I know from the world, a connection I made was ...
Practice:
 Students will use what they know to make inferences about characters and setting. They will use What they know
Accommodations:
 Red Group: What inference can you make about why Ms. Geneva is there? Blue Group: What inference can you make about why Ma's attitude changed about Ms. Geneva? Green Group: What inference can you make about the sugar cubes and how Pa and Ma felt about Ms. Geneva coming to their house.
Checking For Understanding:
 See if students can show evidence of how they made their inferences.
Closure:
 Students will share their inferences.

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