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Observation and Inference (Archaeology)
A cross-curricular lesson introduces youngsters to the difference between observation and inference. Learners analyze a sketch of the building of Algonkian boats and of an ancient coin. Use it in a science or social studies setting.
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Lesson Plan: Making Inferences
Making inferences is an important part of reading any text, but especially text that conveys information. Equip your middle schoolers with this educational skill through a series of activities that focus on making inferences based on...
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Memories to Last: Observing Monuments
Young scholars use scientific observation and inference to examine the Hazen Brigade Monument. In this observation lesson, students review the reasons for building monuments in society. Young scholars then recall monuments they have seen...
4th - 6th English Language Arts