Toolkit of Reading Grades 4-8

Drawing Conclusions
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Drawing Conclusions

 

Complex texts require students to draw conclusions about what they read. This lesson will help your students learn to use text evidence to form a new idea. The Drawing Conclusions lesson includes a definition, an explanation of how the skill is used, an example, and practice questions with excerpts from real books.
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Created for grades 4–8, the Toolkit of Reading features quick, clear lessons on all the critical skills students need to understand complex texts, including new skills emphasized in the Common Core State Standards. These engaging resources, available as downloadable PDFs, define key terms, describe how and why the skills are important to readers, and provide a series of activities to encourage mastery. These lessons can kick off a reading lesson or serve as an impromptu refresher of skills already introduced.

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This lesson features excerpts from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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