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Inference Text Message Analysis and Citing Evidence Activity Worksheets

Inference Text Message Analysis and Citing Evidence Activity Worksheets


Inference Text Message Analysis and Citing Evidence Activity Worksheets



☆ Inference Text Messaging Conversation Analysis

☆ 30 pages

☆ Print and Digital (PDF and GOOGLE SLIDES)

☆ Suitable for grades 7-12

☆ Detailed ANSWER KEYS included

☆ Highly Relevant Situations


This resource includes:

☆ 10 Inference Text Message Conversation Worksheets with Questions

☆ 10 Text Message Conversation Worksheets without Questions (You can generate your own!)

☆ 10 detailed ANSWER KEYS for the Question Worksheets

☆ Google Slide Link



Most students have cell phones and communicate with family, friends, and classmates through text messaging. Just about ALL students are familiar with text messaging. Why not teach and practice the skill of inferencing in such a way that appeals to their interests?! No student will be able to resist these activities - for real! This is such a POWERFUL resource as it allows the opportunity for students to practice the skill of inferencing using text message conversations. All worksheets and all questions require students to make inferences and cite evidence to support their answers.


There is a detailed ANSWER KEY for every worksheet that lists possible valid inferences and relevant evidence that can be made for these conversations.





▶️ This product includes 10 Text Conversation Worksheets with three questions, and 10 Text Conversation Worksheets without questions. There is a blank question box where you can generate your OWN question and students write it in the box! This allows flexibility and the opportunity for you to write a question based on your students' levels and needs - Whoop Whoop!


▶️ BOTH variations include print and digital versions!


▶️ This resource is absolutely AMAZING for even struggling readers and lower level students who have a short attention span and/or are unable to keep their focus reading other longer texts.


▶️ The text message conversations and topics are age appropriate, HIGHLY relevant, familiar, and FUN! Students will easily identify with some of the "people" engaging in these text conversations. It would be interesting to see what students can infer and how they will respond to such conversations.


▶️ The graphics in the "visually pleasing" worksheets clearly resemble cell phones that students use today. They even include real text bubbles and emojis!


▶️ Students will be able to make inferences about people's personality traits, situations, problems, feelings, and backgrounds. The questions are unique to the text message conversations and are not the same/standard.


▶️ You can use these Inference Text Message Conversation Worksheets as part of a larger lesson, during a mini lesson, guided practice, independent work, as a pair or groupwork activity, small groups (to review the inferencing skill), and even for homework or practice!


▶️ This resource is also included in Google Slides! Text boxes have already been created to make it easier for you and your students! Each slide includes two solution tabs for when students accidentally delete text boxes and when they want to zoom in (to enlarge worksheets). It's super helpful for students who are not that familiar with how to use Google Slides or need the extra assistance.



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Your purchase includes one copy to be used in a single classroom. If you are looking for multiple copies, please be sure to purchase additional licenses.



Please feel free to email me if you have any questions!

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