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Observations and Inferences. Observations. Means using one or more of your five senses to gather information. Must be a FACT Must be specific and accurate , so that it means the same to everyone. Example: Incorrect: The burning bag smelled nasty

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observations
Observations

Means using one or more of your five senses to gather information.

  • Must be a FACT
  • Must be specific and accurate, so that it means the same to everyone.

Example:

    • Incorrect: The burning bag smelled nasty
    • Correct: The burning bag smelled similar to rotten eggs
inference
Inference

When you explain or interpret something based on what you observe. It is NOT an opinion or a guess!

Example: You see a lot of students in the halls between classes wearing hats so you infer that one of the teams is having a hat day.