Interpreting involves the process of explaining or translating information.
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Interpretation involves using information found in charts, graphs, and pictures to develop an understanding of people, places, or events and draw conclusions.
Separating fact from fiction involves determining whether or not information can be proven with evidence.
Close examination and interpretation of data and images are essential to making informed decisions.
Developing fluency in social studies vocabulary improves comprehension of oral, written, and visual sources of information about United States history
Compare, and contrast differing sets of ideas, values, personalities, behaviors, and institutions.