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Unformatted text preview: Inference Map – Key Words What key offe about What key words offer clues about the author’ author meaning? author’s hidden meaning? Use make infer Use key words to make inference Key Key Words Created by David Newman (speech-language pathologist) 2011 Inference Map – Key Words (Example) What key offe about What key words offer clues about the author’ author meaning? author’s hidden meaning? ‘When Jerome’s spade made a clanging sound, his hopes ignited. Was the legend about buried treasure true after all?’ Key Key Words spade clanging hopes legend buried treasure Use make infer Use key words to make inference spade: tells us Jerome is digging. clanging: spade has hit something metallic. hopes: Jerome doesn’t really believe the legend about buried treasure. buried treasure: we can infer Jerome is digging for buried treasure and he has hit something metallic! Treasure? Created by David Newman (speech-language pathologist) 2011 ...
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