It’s SO hard to teach inferencing. In special education sometimes the answers are too direct, and over time it becomes too easy for students, but the next step up is way to hard. Teaching inferencing with real pictures is the answer!
I love this resource SO MUCH because the questions are direct, but some require a little bit of inferencing. Think of it as an introduction to inferencing activities.
Students can’t rote answer all of these. Some require looking at the background of the photo, judging facial expressions and more. Sure, some are exact match answers. But mixing in easy with difficult is what makes our students feel successful in this activity!.
If you teach inferencing you know that the traditional materials for this can be quite difficult. Whether your students have mastered WH questions or are just getting started, this resource is perfect for opening up conversations and language about pictures.
Some questions may have different answers depending on a students background or where a student lives. This opens up more conversation and language opportunity. This resource goes beyond just paper.
You can split them up by WH question or mix them all together in one book for more difficulty. I bound the books at the top using my Rubicoil Coil Binding Machine. You can see a tutorial here!
You can download this resource by clicking here, or on the image above!
I have a long list of real photo resources to add to my store. What would you like to see? You can comment below or email me anytime- I am always open to any suggestions!