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Drawing Conclusions--Inferring

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Greg Fairbank

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Drawing Conclusions--Inferring

They might draw conclusions about the relationships of the people in the pictures, the emotions that each person in the picture feels, or the setting in which the picture takes place.

Then explain that reading a story is like seeing a snapshot in time, and that drawing conclusions about the picture the author presents us in the story can help us to better understand the story, just like drawing conclusions about the picture helped us better understand what was happening in the picture. Drawing Conclusions about
Photographs and Videos
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