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What is generalization?
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What is generalization?
a brief statement about a passage
What is inference?
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What is inference?
a guess based on information from the passage
On thing need to make a good inference?
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On thing need to make a good inference?
prior knowledge
Give the definition of prior knowledge.
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Give the definition of prior knowledge.
Information from experience or stuff you already know
Difference between generalization and inference?
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Difference between generalization and inference?
Generalization is more focused on the whole passage rather then on specific area from the passage.
A good generalization is always based on prior knowledge.
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A good generalization is always based on prior knowledge.
False
Inference is exactly the same as a generalization.
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Inference is exactly the same as a generalization.
False
Reading a passage more than once can help you make a good inference.
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Reading a passage more than once can help you make a good inference.
True
Prior knowledge, evidence from passage, and bad thinking skills all contribute to good generalizations.
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Prior knowledge, evidence from passage, and bad thinking skills all contribute to good generalizations.
False
More than one inference can be made from an evidence.
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More than one inference can be made from an evidence.
True
Everyone on loves going to the beach. Yes or No. Explain you answer.
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Everyone on loves going to the beach. Yes or No. Explain you answer.
No, because some people like staying inside more.
Someone packing a swimsuit could mean someone is going to the________.
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Someone packing a swimsuit could mean someone is going to the________.
Beach, pool,splash in the boro, and etc.
Every living organism needs what to survive. Name one thing
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Every living organism needs what to survive. Name one thing
food, water, nutrients, and etc.
Nobody likes school. Why or why not.
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Nobody likes school. Why or why not.
No, because many students love school.
One day, Bob came to school with a black eye. Using your prior knowledge what happened to his eye.
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One day, Bob came to school with a black eye. Using your prior knowledge what happened to his eye.
he got punched or so they say they ran into a pole
Raoul got his boomerang stuck on a tree. He tried to get it but the next day he came to school with a cast on his arm. What happened to Raoul?
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Raoul got his boomerang stuck on a tree. He tried to get it but the next day he came to school with a cast on his arm. What happened to Raoul?
He broke his arm while trying to get his boomerang.
Raoul got his boomerang stuck on a tree. He tried to get it but the next day he came to school with a cast on his arm. Using evidence from the passage do you think Raoul got his boomerang back?
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Raoul got his boomerang stuck on a tree. He tried to get it but the next day he came to school with a cast on his arm. Using evidence from the passage do you think Raoul got his boomerang back?
No, because he had broken his arm during the process.
Many slaves were freed during this war. Abraham Lincoln was president during this time period. What war is this passage referring to?
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Many slaves were freed during this war. Abraham Lincoln was president during this time period. What war is this passage referring to?
The Civil War
Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for women rights for nearly sixty years. Although there was lots of public opposition she keep on and worked hard. She published many articles and gave stirring speeches. What provides evidence that Elizabeth is influential.
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for women rights for nearly sixty years. Although there was lots of public opposition she keep on and worked hard. She published many articles and gave stirring speeches. What provides evidence that Elizabeth is influential.
She gave stirring speeches.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for women rights for nearly sixty years. Although there was lots of public opposition she keep on and worked hard. She published many articles and gave stirring speeches. Are there any evidence that shoes that shows thatElizabeth is very determined to get women equal rights as men. If so which.
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for women rights for nearly sixty years. Although there was lots of public opposition she keep on and worked hard. She published many articles and gave stirring speeches. Are there any evidence that shoes that shows thatElizabeth is very determined to get women equal rights as men. If so which.
She fought for women rights for nearly 60 years.
A tornado struck Atlanta but no one was harmed. What do you infer about this statement.
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A tornado struck Atlanta but no one was harmed. What do you infer about this statement.
Everyone evacuated from the area.
Brandon earned A's on every English test. What can you infer about Brandon?
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Brandon earned A's on every English test. What can you infer about Brandon?
He studies a lot and he reads a lot.
Make a valid generalization about tornadoes using prior knowledge.
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Make a valid generalization about tornadoes using prior knowledge.
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Make an invalid generalization about tornadoes using your prior knowledge.
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Make an invalid generalization about tornadoes using your prior knowledge.
Answer Depends
I salute you by raising my blinds. You can't salute me back but it is enough that you shine over everyone all day long.
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I salute you by raising my blinds. You can't salute me back but it is enough that you shine over everyone all day long.
The Sun

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