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Kristin Ransom

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A generalization is a statement that is not specific. It uses words like "all," "never," or "everybody." If there is even one exception to a generalization, it is not true. Think of an example of a dangerous generalization (untrue) you have used in your own life. What you said. (the generalization) or Explain what you said, why you said it, and what you actually meant. Draw a picture showing what it would be like if your generalization WAS true. For example: "Come on Mom, ALL of my friends have an iPhone!"

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Writing
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