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- 1. Observations and Inferences<br />Place your name and date on a piece of paper. Number your paper from 1-19. Answer the questions.<br />1. Look at the drawing. <br />What do you notice and what do you think happened?<br />
- 2. Observation and<br />Inference<br />2. How does <br />your story <br />change?<br />
- 3. Observation and<br />Inference<br />3. How does your story <br /> change now?<br />
- 4. Observation and <br />Inference<br />4. What do you observe?<br />5. What do you infer?<br />6. Write about what you think <br />now compared to what you <br />thought before. <br />
- 5. Observations and Inferences<br />Observations are what you notice.<br />Inferencesare your reactions, thoughts, or explanations.<br />
- 6. 7. Write one observation. <br />8. Write one inference.<br />
- 7. 9. Write one observation. <br />10. Write one inference.<br />
- 8. 11. Write one observation. <br />12. Write one inference.<br />
- 9. 13. Write one observation. <br />14. Write one inference.<br />
- 10. 15. Write one observation. <br />16. Write one inference.<br />
- 11. Observation vs. Inference<br />17. In your own words, explain the difference between an observation and an inference.<br />18. Why must a scientist be able to tell the difference between an observation and an inference?<br />19. How can people have different inferences about the same observations? <br />

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