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    • Observations and Inferences
      Warmup?
      Look at the drawing.
      What do you notice and what do you think happened?
    • 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
    • Write one observation.
      Write one inference
    • Write one observation.
      Write one inference
    • Quantitative vs Qualitative
      Quantitative observations are ones that are based on a QUANTITY.
      These would be measurements.
      Weight
      Height
      Length
      Qualitative Observations.
      These are based on characteristics.
      Color
      Size
      Texture
    • Summary
      What is the difference between an observation and an inference.
      What is the difference between a quantitative observation and a qualitative observation.
      How can people have different inferences about the same observations.
    • Scientific Method
      Scientists do two main types of studies.
      Experimental Observational
      Study, Observe, analyze
      Control, Test