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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. label What you said. (the generalization) caption or mic Explain what you said, why you said it, and what you actually meant. drawing 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, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Arts, Writing
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