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Drawing conclusions for 24 Total Questions! 12 Task Cards with questions that ask students to draw conclusions (make inferences) and support the conclusion with text details and evidence. Wording directly aligned with STAAR Reading Test and other state tests. The 12 task cards are all challenging expository texts each with two questions.
Drawing conclusions can be very difficult to teach. It is a type of inference that requires readers to comprehend the details, select and connect the details, then decide how those connections support a common idea.
Cards 1-10 are included at a discounted price in the 40 QUESTION Bundle Set #1 Conclusions and Main Ideas.
Drawing Conclusions Task Cards are great for stations, group practice, small group, warm-ups, or individual practice!
Texts are written above grade, and questions are written for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students.
ATOS Level: 6.7
Standards Alignment for Drawing Conclusions:
Common Core Alignment
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
New 2019 TEKS Alignment
TEKS 3.6F, 4.6F, 5.6F: make inferences and use evidence to support understanding
TEKS 3.6H, 4.6HDi, 5.6H: synthesize information to create new understanding
TEKS 3.7C, 4.7C, 5.7C: use text evidence to support an appropriate response
Question Stems include:
• What conclusion can the reader draw?
• What conclusion is best supported by the detail in the paragraph?
• Which sentence from the paragraph supports the conclusion that Steve was successful in school?
• The details in the paragraph help the reader conclude –
• The sentence [quote from paragraph] helps the reader conclude -
Perfect for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and below-level 5th grade.
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