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Making Inferences

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Published on October 2, 2008

Author: angelamaiers

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Meaning is not delivered to us on silver platters. We must be equipped as readers, writers, viewer, listeners, investigators to excavate it...dig it out. The cornerstone tool in our metacognitive arsenal is the ability to make inferences.
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