Reflection: Students with Disabilities Fact or Opinion Game - Section 1: Game Play


A third student can hold the answer key and check the answers for the players. This was a great job for one of my low readers. He was able to hear the different statements and whether or not they were opinions or facts. 

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Fact or Opinion Game

Unit 13: Fact and Opinion
Lesson 2 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify facts and opinions by playing a game.

Big Idea: Students read statements and identify them as facts or opinions in this fun game.

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English / Language Arts, opinion writing
  20 minutes
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