Vol 15|No 4|April|2019

Reading between the lines - Powerful inference strategies to unlock the implicit and the unstated

Grasping implied meanings is a daunting task, and one that frustrates many adults as well as young ones. In this article Jamie explores what it means to fathom the implicit meanings of writers. Inference, he argues, is paramount when trying to understand the world about us as well as news articles, poems and books we might read. He offers strategies to sharpen one's inferential reasoning powers.

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