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Nonfiction Inferences

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BC: All facts are from http://www.timeforkids.com/TFK/teachers/wr/article/0,27972,1961929,00.html

FC: Making Inferences using the Time for Kids article Tigers in Trouble

1: As I read, I can write down facts from the text. I can add that together with what I already know to make an inference.

2: Fact Development has taken a toll on tigers. | Inference As more land is developed, we will see less tigers because tigers and people do not live in the same areas.

3: Fact China put a logging ban into place to protect the tigers' habitat and it is starting to pay off | Inference If people try to help the tigers, they can make a difference.

4: Fact Tigers live in 7% of the habitat they lived in hundreds of years ago. | Inference If we were around back then, we would have seen a lot more tigers.

5: Fact The Chinese New Year begins on February 14, and 2010 is the year of the tiger.

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  • Title: Nonfiction Inferences
  • Making Inferences using a nonfiction text.
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