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The Difference Between Inference & Prediction

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“ The Difference Between Inference & Prediction” Reading comprehension is a core tenet of schooling. The new Common Core Standards in the United States pace an increasing emphasis on reading, requiring for it to be taught across content areas, rather than simply in English-Language Arts classes. (Or through Reading comprehension apps, for example.)
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Backpack Inferences using Popplet Lite App on the iPad

Backpack Inferences using Popplet Lite App on the iPad | Literary devices | Scoop.it
Schema + Evidence = Inference We are working on making inferences when we read. We practiced making inferences by looking at items in a "Lost & Found" backpack to decide what the owner might be like. We used the Popplet Lite app on our ipads. Check out our Backpack Inferences.
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Allusion Examples

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Allusion examples are found in abundance in literary works. This article shall highlight some examples of allusions, which will help you to understand the subject better.

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