S: Hurricane Andrews
FC: Hurricane Andrew | Brendan M. | Book By Victoria Sherrow
1: Inference Inference is when you make a logical guess on the future based on whats in the story or situation and on what you already know.
2: Observation The sky is gray and the palm trees are blowing in the wind. Inference A bad storm is on its way. | Observation The police are speaking through a megaphone to attract attention. Inference I can infer that the hurricane threat is real.
3: Observation A car is collapsed under a house. Inference The hurricane must be very strong. | Observation A whole city is in ruins. Inference The storm must've covered a lot of ground.
4: Observation Hundreds of tents are set up by the the destroyed city. Inference Lots of people lost their houses due to the hurricane. | Observation People are gathered outside a store to get free food. Inference The people must be poor because of the hurricane.
5: Observation George Bush appeared after the storm. Inference The must've been really important. | Observation A girl and her family are crying. Inference The hurricane must've destroyed her house.
6: Observation People are shipping food. Inference The must care about the people who experienced the hurricane. | Observation Part of Lousianna was without electricity. Inference The storm must've been huge.