Synthesizing information to Draw Conclusions- worksheet
Synthesizing information to Draw Conclusions

Directions: Synthesizing involved putting together all the information available and determining the overall message of the material you have read. This process necessitates going beyond what is directly states in the documents [provided and drawing your own conclusions. Drawing conclusions involves analyzing what you have read and forming an opinion about its meaning. To draw conclusions, look closely at the facts, combine them with inferences you make, and then apply your own experience and common sense to decide what those facts mean

Here is how you do it:
1. Read the passage carefully to gain a clear understanding of the information presented

2. Consider what you already know that could apply

3. Use active reading strategies, such as asking questions

4. Bring together, or synthesize, the facts, your inferences, and your own knowledge about the subject discussed in the passages

5. Draw conclusions after synthesizing the information from the passages

Adapted from: Littell, McDougal. World History Patterns of Interaction. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print.
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