Drawing Conclusions Worksheets To Print:
- See if you can determine the setup of what will happen in each of the reading passages. We cover a wide range of topics that are sure to engage students.
In the Articles
- You will need to pick just about any article you would like. It is best if you have a very meaty article handy to get going here.
What Is Going On?
- There are two sentence entries here that you will need to think about. Your mom is very busy in this one.
and the Fox - On the back of this page, write a short paragraph
that describes the fox's personality.
Words... - On the lines, write three words or phrases that you
used as clues to arrive at your answer.
The Study of
Botany - Plants can really keep people busy. There is a lot
more than just sunlight, water, and soil involved.
- Use evidence from the text to support your answer.
Read Into Passages - Read each passage below. What is about to happen? Write it on the line
and explain your answer.
Mr. Potts - What do you think Mr. Potts is going to say? Why?
Outlined - We examine how to include evidence into your process.
Where You At? - Where is the passage taking place? Write it on
the line and explain your answer.
Get After It - Read each paragraph, then answer the questions. On the lines, write three words
or phrases that you used as clues to arrive at your answer.
The Obvious - Choose the answer that makes the most sense.
About People - Read each passage. What conclusions can you draw about
the character? Write your answer on the line. Briefly explain your answer.
Letting Readers Go For It - This is often done to
communicate things about character traits or the setting because
it’s more interesting for the reader than just stating some facts.
Single Passage - Take your time to get your thoughts through on the paper.