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In Conclusion Drawing Conclusions Second Grade
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A conclusion is a sensible decision you  reach based on details or facts in a story or  article.    
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When you draw a conclusion, you use  what you already know .
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Reading comprehension is the ability  to read a story, understand story  details, make connections among story  details,  and draw conclusions .
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Drawing a Conclusion The smell of peanuts and cotton candy filled the  air. I heard clapping. I even heard loud bellows  that sounded like elephants. I knew a circus was  going on.
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Use what you already know and the  details (smell of peanuts and cotton  candy, clapping, loud bellows) of the  story to draw a conclusion .
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Sarah waited nervously. She knew the nurse  would call her next. She looked at the models  of healthy teeth. She hoped her own teeth  would be healthy.   Where is Sarah?
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What do I already know? I know I get nervous when I wait at the dentist office.
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