• Unit 3: Making Inferences

    In this unit, you will discover the importance of making inferences. Making inferences is a reading comprehension strategy that will help you learn, remember, and apply what you've read. Another way of thinking about making inferences is learning to read between the lines. In other words, you will learn to draw conclusions from what the author has implied. What are the relationships between the main ideas and the subordinate ideas? Writers often convey meaning beyond the actual words. This unit will also continue to add to your grammar knowledge by introducing the semicolon and colon and showing how these types of punctuation can help you to convey your points. This unit will also discuss proofreading and enable you to read between the lines of your own writing.

    Completing this unit should take you approximately 9 hours.

    • 3.1: Making Inferences

    • 3.2: Grammar Practice

        • 3.2.1: Semicolon and Colon

        • 3.2.2: Advanced Comma Rules

        • 3.2.3: Subject and Verb Agreement

        • 3.2.4: Proofreading

      • 3.3: Active Reading Practice

      • Unit 3 Assessment

        • Receive a grade