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Teaching Students to Draw Conclusions

Ideas for Teaching Students to Draw Conclusions

Teaching students the differences between making inferences, drawing conclusions, and predicting outcomes may be one of the most difficult skills to teach.  This series of three posts includes definitions, examples, and activities. 

Conclusions

Conclusions are opinions, judgments, or decisions that are formed based on a situation’s facts. A reader or observer collects information. Readers weigh the evidence. The evidence proves what is going to happen or the next logical step in the information series. Continue Reading

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Teaching Students to Make Inferences

Ideas for Teaching Students to Make Inferences

Teaching students the differences between making inferences, drawing conclusions, and predicting outcomes may be one of the most difficult skills to teach.  This series of three posts includes definitions, examples, and activities. 

Inferences

An inference is a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. Readers infer many topics. For example — Continue Reading

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