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One thing I wanted to mention, was that we are learning these comprehension strategies individually.  I want the students to know that they can use more than one strategy while reading. So each day as we begin to read "The Whipping Boy" I said Fleishman, we do a quick comprehension strategies review. I also let the students know that good readers use multiple strategies while reading difficult text.

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The Whipping Boy - Inference

Unit 14: The Whipping Boy
Lesson 5 of 18

Objective: SWBAT make inferences based on clues they find within text.

Big Idea: Making inferences can be fun! We will learn about inferences in this lesson and use our knowledge about inferences as we read chapter 2 in the novel "The Whipping Boy" by Sid Fleischman, we will be be making inferences based on clues we read in the text.

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