Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Using Images to Infer - Section 2: Lesson


  Lack of Background Knowledge? Probably Not
  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Lack of Background Knowledge? Probably Not
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Using Images to Infer

Unit 5: Independent Reading
Lesson 20 of 20

Objective: SWBAT: use images to create inferences, then transfer to text.

Big Idea: Using powerful images, students will make inferences.

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English / Language Arts, Multimedia, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Reading Fluency, inference, Visual Learning, Nontraditional texts
  50 minutes
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