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Develop Inference Skills Using a Non-Fiction Text

In this worksheet, students will deepen their understanding of inference and how to use evidence to coherently support understanding.

'Develop Inference Skills Using a Non-Fiction Text' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Year:  Year 9 English worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Reading

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Inference and Evidence

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Worksheet Overview

Looking for inference in a non-fiction text is a key skill to develop in English. 


In this activity, you will be working to develop your understanding of inference and how to explain what a writer is communicating. 


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You will be working with this text, so have a read through and get ready to answer some questions!


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In a world characterised by its ever-increasing pace, travel has emerged as the antidote to the monotony of daily life. It is an experience that enriches our lives providing not just a change of scenery, but a transformation of the soul. The ability to explore new places, cultures, and landscapes is a privilege that we should cherish.


Travelling is akin to turning the pages of a book; each new destination holds a unique chapter, each encounter with a new culture adds to the plot, and each new challenge faced is a lesson learnt. It is through these experiences that we grow and evolve, broadening our horizons and deepening our understanding of the world. The lessons we acquire are often more profound and lasting than any classroom education.


Travel fosters an appreciation for the beauty of our planet, reminding us of the fragility and diversity of our natural world. From the awe-inspiring grandeur of the Grand Canyon to the tranquil beauty of Kyoto's cherry blossoms, travel provides a front-row seat to the wonders of the Earth. These experiences connect us to nature and inspire a sense of responsibility to protect it.


Moreover, travel teaches empathy and cultural understanding. Meeting people from different backgrounds, hearing their stories and immersing ourselves in their traditions allows us to see the world from multiple perspectives. It breaks down stereotypes and builds a sense of unity, promoting tolerance, respect, and acceptance.


Travel also challenges us to adapt and embrace the unknown. Navigating foreign streets, communicating in unfamiliar languages, and embracing alternative cuisines forces us out of our comfort zones. In the process, we learn to be more resilient, resourceful, and open-minded. These skills are not just helpful abroad; they serve us well in our everyday lives.


In an era of technology and social media, travel offers a chance to unplug and reconnect with the world on a personal level. It encourages us to engage with the present moment, to savour the serenity of a remote mountain peak, the busyness of a bustling market, or the tranquillity of a beach at sunset.


However, we must acknowledge that travel is not without its challenges. The environmental impact of mass tourism cannot be ignored. We must be responsible travellers, minimising our footprint and supporting sustainable practices to preserve the destinations we hold dear. Travel should be about leaving a positive mark on the world, both in our memories and in the preservation of the places we visit.


In an increasingly interconnected world, travel remains a critical tool for building bridges and fostering mutual understanding. The experiences, lessons, and memories it imparts are priceless. So, let’s not underestimate the profound impact of travel. Instead, let’s seize every opportunity to explore, discover, and connect. Travel is an enriching journey.


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