Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint

Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
Observations vs. Inferences Powerpoint
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This is a powerpoint where kids will work alone, with a partner, and then a class discussion.

First students will look at each slide and write down statements. Then after 1 minute they will turn and discuss with their partner. After the partner discussion, we will discuss as a whole class.

An observation is something you look at and write up as a statement. The ability to infer is the ability to look at something and use logical reasoning to make sense of whether it is in literature, science, or the real world.
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24 pages
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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