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Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint

Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
Product Description
This engaging PowerPoint, with differentiated handouts introduces students to observations and inferences. The PowerPoint is intentionally designed to not only introduce these skills but help students develop them in a meaningful way. This product contains:
• 1 PowerPoint with 11 unique images
• Differentiated handouts
1 At level Students Handout
1 Modified Student Handout
This product is specifically tailored to scaffold learning by following this sequence of instruction:
 Introduce observation, qualitative observation, quantitative observation and inference. Slides #2, #3 and #4.
 Examine an image and make both an observation and inference as a class. Students record class observation and inference. Slide #5
 Students focus on making good qualitative observations for images #2 and #3.
 Students focus on making good quantitative observations for images #4 and #5.
 Students focus on making good inferences for images #6 and #7. A key feature for inferences that they are based off of the observation so if the observation is about grass and the inference is about flowers then I discuss with students that the inference should be based on their observation.
 Images #8, #9 and #10 are for students to refine their observation and inference making skills. Sharing out of the observations and inferences along with a class discussion should occur in order to help students acquire a solid foundation.
 Image #11 is include to remind students that they should always question what they see in science and that this is crucial to being a good scientist.
Total Pages
23 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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