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Inferences and Assumptions
Making an inference is drawing a conclusion from a body of information.
Often this information includes many unstated assumptions.
Observations are not purely objective: the assumptions we bring to a situation change the meaning of the evidence we observe.
The Observation/Inference Chart
Helping Students See Conceptual Relationships: Graphic Organizers
Inference: Defined and Explored
Inference: Research and Resources