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DESCRIPTIONWhat does…imply about…? What does…mention…? What can be said about…?. Making inferences. What does the professor imply when he says: Uh, does my use of the term BOUNCE in this case sound wrong to you?. She´s concerned that the students may not understand baseball. a. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
What does the professor imply when he says:Uh, does my use of the term BOUNCE in this case sound wrong to you?Shes concerned that the students may not understand baseball.She has made a mistake in her description and is correcting herself.She wants to focus the students attention on a particular feature.Shes concerned the students will confuse BOUNCE and REBOUND ENERGY.abcd
What can be inferred about the professor?He wants the students to make group decisions with his help.He does not expect the students to understand his explanations.He wants the students to come to the solution he thinks is correct.He is not concerned with helping students learn how to approach problems.abcd
Slide 3 Tell sts that some things are not stated directly in a conversation or lecture. They have to understand the meaning through other clues within the passage. Click and tell sts that some questions require them to make inferences. T. goes through the questions.
Slide 4Tell sts to listen to a part of a lecture in order to answer a question.Read this text out loud:When the person at bat hits the baseball, the ball and bat accelerate in opposite directions. The ball bounces back with a rebound energy equal to that of the bat. Uh, does my use of the term BOUNCE in this case sound wrong to you? We say something bounces when it hits a stationery object. But, is it correct to say BOUNCES when one moving object hits another moving object?Click and have sts answer the question.Click again and show the answer.
Slide 5 Click and tell sts that some questions require them to draw conclusions. Through details that are expressed or through general knowledge, they need to come to a conclusion.T. goes through the questions.
Slide 6Tell sts to listen to a professor talking to his group.Read this text out loud:Ok. Now I would like to have you get into groups of three or four. Im going to pass out an assignment sheet , and I would like you to decide in your group how you are going to approach the problems set in the handout. I think the handout is self-explanatory, but if you have questions, Id like you to work out a solution of your own.Click and have sts answer the question.Click again and show the answer.