Target perspective taking and making inferences and predictions using real pictures with this resource!
This resource includes 100 real life picture cards that allow you to provide effective, direct teaching on how to make inferences from picture scenes.
Each card includes a visual across the top outlining the “Look”, “Think”, “Infer”, “Predict” strategy (along with sentence starters for students to provide increased support). Next to the photo, there are four questions that require your students to think deeper and reflect on what the characters are thinking, what happened right before the picture was taken, and to make other picture specific inferences.
In addition, there are visuals that teach inferencing and predicting using the same structure so that you can easily carryover these two important skills to other pictures or texts.
I also added a Google Slides™️ version of the cards that is a single picture per page with editable text boxes to fill out for each prompt so that you can more easily share the activity with your students or complete it during teletherapy sessions.
Last, I included a cover for the picture deck, information on 6 types of inferential questions you can ask about text and pictures, AND a chart that outlines evidence-based strategies for teaching inferencing so that you can feel confident in the therapy you’re doing.
Want to learn more about inferencing and predicting skills? Click here to read my top therapy tips, see example goals, and read a few of my favorite research articles!
Feel free to email the Speechy Musings team at email@example.com with any questions!
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