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Grade 4 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
What is a conclusion?
1. an observation
2. an answer to a question
3. a way to interpreting data
4. a line graph made from data
Grade 5 Defining Words CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.5.4
came to a conclusion
1. settled
2. agreed
3. arrived
4. located
Grade 6 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

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Choose the clue that helps you draw the conclusion.

CONCLUSION: It is summer.
1. The snow is starting to melt.
2. Today is the hottest day of the year.
3. People walking in the park are wearing sweater.
Grade 4 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.4.1
1. Inciting Incident
2. Exposition
3. Rising Action
4. Climax
5. Falling Action
6. Conclusion
What are the four parts to an editorial?
1. intro, reaction, details, conclusion
2. lead, background, 3 arguments, conclusion
3. intro, background, 3 arguments, conclusion
4. intro, reaction, position, conclusion
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2e

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The writer failed to include a conclusion. Which would make the best conclusion for this passage?
1. Good luck and happy shooting!
2. If you follow these steps, you are likely to shoot a successful free throw.
3. Most people have trouble shooting free throws well.
4. Remember: Practice makes perfect!
The purpose of a conclusion in the scientific method is to
1. explain the reason for doing the investigation.
2. state an expected outcome of the investigation.
3. state whether the data supports the hypothesis.
4. give sources of information to help the investigation.
Resolution is the story's...
1. beginning.
2. problem.
3. conclusion.
Choose the word that is spelled correctly.
1. conclusion
2. conclushun
3. concluesion
A conclusion at the end of a scientific investigation
1. can be that your results either support or do not support your hypothesis.
2. can be that your results have proven your hypothesis beyond any doubt.
3. usually will not give you any guidance in deciding what to do next.
4. is usually the final word on the subject until someone proves otherwise.
a conclusion that is reached based on facts
1. observation
2. investigation
3. inference
4. botanist
Grade 6 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Choose the clue that helps you draw the conclusion.

CONCLUSION: The family's house is right by a lake.
1. It was a hot and sunny day.
2. My mom said we were going swimming.
3. We left the house and walked to the boat dock.