Observations and Inferences And How To Tell Them Apart
This item consists of activities to help students learn how to create and distinguish between observations and inferences.
Included in Observations and Inferences and How To Tell Them Apart:
2 Power Point presentations to use with your students
Two versions of a printable notes page that can be given to your students to help explain the differences between observations and inferences
An activity that requires students create observations and inferences about interesting photos
An activity where students investigate unique unknown items and create observations and inferences about the items
A printable that can be used to assess students’ mastery of observation and inferring
A printable that can be used to extend the lesson for higher achieving students
Answer key for all student pages
A detailed lesson plan
Student Pages = 8
Total Pages = 15
Power Point Slides = 37
Lesson Length: Approximately 3 one hour class periods
The Power Point slides can be printed if a classroom does not have computer access or a projector.
The product can be easily made into a center for your classroom. Students can use the Power Point presentations and printables to work independently at their own pace. Answer keys are organized so students can check their own success and progress.
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