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Fact or Opinion

Unit 21: Lesson with Writing
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT distinguish fact from opinion and be able to write their own examples of fact and opinion.

Big Idea: Realizing when an author is giving us their opinion is difficult. In this lesson students will use a text they know well to help them write fact and then write opinions that the author could use.

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