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Without sounding like an old Abbott and Costello routine, exactly, by using prior knowledge, ideas from the text, text features, and obvious foreshadowing clues.
How about approaching this from cross curricular perspective? Integrate science into your ELA lesson. Have them read a science passage as well as the associated outcome and then physically recreate the experience. Modify the model and have them provide a narrative of not only the setup, but also their predictions as well as their reasoning for the actual physical outcome.
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