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  • Observations and Inferences
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    Look at the drawing.
    What do you notice and what do you think is going to happen?
  • Observations and
    Inferences
    How does your story change?
  • Observations and
    Inferences
    How does your story change?
  • Observations and
    Inferences
    What do you observe?
    What do you infer?
    Compare what you think now
    to your earlier written accounts.
  • Observations and Inferences
    Observations are what you notice
    Inferencesare your reactions, thoughts or explanations
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Write one observation.
    Write one inference
  • Summary
    What is the difference between an observation and an inference.
    How can people have different inferences about the same observations.