Reflection: Homework Fact vs. Opinion - Section 4: Searching for Facts and Opinions.


I challenged the students to look for fact vs. opinion as the view television commercials.  Many commercial try to persuade us to buy their products by throwing lots of biased opinion at us with very few facts.  I would love for them to report on some examples of fact and opinion they were able to find while watching television commercials.

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Fact vs. Opinion

Unit 15: Aspiring Authors!
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT distinguish between fact and opinion. Students will also be able to identify fact and opinion within text.

Big Idea: Students will learn that facts can be proven and opinions are based on person thoughts or feelings.

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