Explicit vs. Implied: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

Explicit vs. Implied: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
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Do your students struggle to make inferences? Do they have trouble explaining a conclusion once they draw one? Perhaps they do not really understand the difference between explicit and implied information. With this worksheet, you can easily conduct a formative assessment, practice making inferences and drawing conclusions, review before a test, or wrap-up a lesson. Using a brief, original passage, students determine whether information is explicit or implied, and document their inference with a quote from the text. It can be used as a Do Now/Bell Work, homework, mini-lesson, or assessment.
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