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Inference interventions​​​​​​​

Some children learn to read well using phonics and then go on to retrieve information from the text as part of comprehension but find it hard to understand the nuances of what an author might mean.  Inference interventions help make this internal reading process clear to children.

Children learn how to process what an author means through the techniques in the display above. THese skills go on inside a readers head and a learner reader cannot see this. Inference training makes these processes explicit.