Observations and Inferences
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A cartoon from the far side of Gary Larsen's wacky world provides an opportunity for critical thinkers to practice their skills distinguishing between observations and inferences. What fun.
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- The beauty of this resource is that the activity can be repeated with other Larson cartoons
- The activity models how quickly the brain interprets and draws inferences from images
- The practice set focuses attention of specific details that cause viewers to draw inferences
- The cartoon is sure to engage viewers
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