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Inference 1 and 2

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  • Q1
    This is “reading between the lines,” it can help you make sense of what they read.
    Theme
    Inference
    Main Idea
    Prediction
    30s
  • Q2
    You use these to figure out something that is not directly stated in the text.
    Use ideas from a website along with insight from professionals
    A dictionary
    Use quotes from the story, along with your commentary
    Use clues from a story—along with what you may already know
    30s
  • Q3
    When reading text, to make an inference, it is important to stop periodically to make some inferences. Ask, for example: “How do you think that character felt after that experience?” or “Why do you think the writer included that particular fact?”
    False
    True
    60s
  • Q4
    Based on details in the excerpt, the reader can conclude that Sabor is... Evidently, there was a disturbing quality in the sound that Sabor heard, something that inspired a certain restlessness, if not actual apprehension, though she could not be sure as yet that it boded ill. It might be her great lord returning, but it did not sound like the movement of a lion, certainly not like a lion dragging a heavy kill. She glanced at her cub, breathing as she did so a plaintive whine. There was always the fear that some danger menaced him, this last of her little family, but she, Sabor, was there to defend him.
    the pack leader
    a mother lion
    the lion cub
    a pet bear
    120s
  • Q5
    The reader can infer that … Evidently, there was a disturbing quality in the sound that Sabor heard, something that inspired a certain restlessness, if not actual apprehension, though she could not be sure as yet that it boded ill. It might be her great lord returning, but it did not sound like the movement of a lion, certainly not like a lion dragging a heavy kill. She glanced at her cub, breathing as she did so a plaintive whine. There was always the fear that some danger menaced him, this last of her little family, but she, Sabor, was there to defend him.
    someone is hunting Sabor
    the cub will be taken
    there is nothing to fear
    there is danger coming
    120s
  • Q6
    Based on details in the excerpt, the reader can conclude that the –
    characters are living in a war
    characters are a close family
    narrator hates all girls
    narrator is usually unhappy
    120s
  • Q7
    The reader can infer that the narrator … "I hate to think I've got to grow up, and be Miss March, and wear long gowns, and look as prim as a China Doll! It's bad enough to be a girl, anyway, when I like boy's games and work and manners! I can't get over my disappointment in not being a boy. And it's worse than ever now, for I'm dying to go and fight with Papa. And I can only stay home and knit, like a poky old woman!"
    does not want to grow up
    would like to look like a boy
    thinks she is different
    wants the freedom boys have
    120s

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