Observations, Interpretations, and Judgements are designed to teach students the foundational skills of analysis. The first step is understanding the differences between observations, interpretations, and judgments.
Many students like to jump to analyzing a text prior to fully understanding it. By learning about the differences between observations, interpretations, and judgments, students will start to be more aware of when they are jumping to conclusions.
✓ One high-quality PowerPoint presentation
✓ Learning goals
✓ Notes on observations, interpretations, and judgments
✓ Analysis activity
✓ Exit ticket
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