Drawing conclusions refers to information that is implied or inferred. This means that the information is never clearly stated. There has always been some confusion between this and making inferences. This lesson uses pictures to help students see and think. You may use these pictures or find any you need from old magazines, etc. This has so helped my students on tests!!! Cover part of the picture with black construction paper. Have students try to figure out what's missing. It's not whether they are right or wrong but how they came to their conclusions! Email me for more pictures.
Try covering up part of the picture with black construction paper. Students can try to figure out what's missing. Right or wrong they must write down how they came to that conclusion. Great for assessment.