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Give two things you Give two things you Give two things you

can infer from Source A can infer from Source A can infer from Source A
about …… about …… about ……
[4 marks] [4 marks] [4 marks]
Introduction Introduction Introduction

Outline the two Outline the two Outline the two


Inferences that you are Inferences that you are Inferences that you are
going to use in your going to use in your going to use in your
answer. answer. answer.

 Keep it relevant  Keep it relevant  Keep it relevant


to the question. to the question. to the question.
 Keep it short.  Keep it short.  Keep it short.
Inference one Inference one Inference one

Define the first Define the first Define the first


inference in the first inference in the first inference in the first
sentence. sentence. sentence.

Support the inference Support the inference Support the inference


using details from the using details from the using details from the
source. source. source.

Write two sentences Write two sentences Write two sentences


that support the that support the that support the
inference inference inference

Remember to use Remember to use Remember to use


connectives such as connectives such as connectives such as
Source A suggests Source A suggests Source A suggests
that…. that…. that….
Inference two Inference two Inference two

Define the second Define the second Define the second


inference in the first inference in the first inference in the first
sentence. sentence. sentence.

Support the inference Support the inference Support the inference


using details from the using details from the using details from the
source. source. source.

Write two sentences Write two sentences Write two sentences


that support the that support the that support the
inference inference inference

Remember to use Remember to use Remember to use


connectives such as connectives such as connectives such as
This inference can be This inference can be This inference can be
supported by …. supported by …. supported by ….