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Observation vs. Inference. The Ultimate Showdown. Review - Observation. What is an observation? Using your five senses to take note of and observe your surroundings Let’s go over our examples!. Inference.

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## Observation vs. Inference

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**Observation vs. Inference**The Ultimate Showdown**Review - Observation**• What is an observation? • Using your five senses to take note of and observe your surroundings • Let’s go over our examples!**Inference**• An inference is when you make an assumption or prediction about something that you observe • After you make an observation, you usually make an inference about what is going on**Let’s practice making inferences!**The next three slides show some fossil imprints that were found during a archeological dig. We’re going to record some observations and then make some inferences about what may have happened millions of years ago….**What do you think happened?**In your notebook, please write a short story (around ½ page – be DETAILED please – PBJ) describing what you think happened to the creatures in our fossil evidence For homework tonight, please complete the ‘Inference’ portion of your worksheet that is already in your notebook

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