'Prompt Readers When Their Inferences are Off Track'
To infer, readers figure out bigger ideas implied by an author by combining multiple details from the text with their own background knowledge. However, sometimes students draw conclusions about the text that are way off track.
For example, when learning about the Underground Railroad, many students immediately presume that there will be a train. Despite all the other facts...
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