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This brief unit is a fun way to introduce the concept of fact versus opinion. The heart of this unit are four "advertisements" for two imaginary products. There are also two short essays mixing facts and opinions. One is comparing math to reading and the other comparing cats to dogs. As with m
This growing bundle features a variety of fact or opinion digital lesson and boom card lessons. Students are asked to identify which statements are in fact a opinion or a fact. This is a significant part of communication that students need to understand, in order to accurately take in information be
Students may use this Anchor Chart as a reference for language for determining Facts versus Opinions in texts. This Anchor Chart Accompany's my Close Reading Anchor Chart that can be found here.
Here is a cute way to teach facts versus opinions in writing. If you grabbed my Reasoning With Rain freebie- you will love this just as much! This activity also includes a bonus of synonyms and writing practice. Like always this is aligned to the Common Core, kid tested and approved! Directions:
Reasoning With Rain is a great activity to distinguish between facts and opinions in writing! Directions: Print and Laminate all pages (except 9) for durability. Cut out “raindrop” sentences. Use the fact vs. opinion sheet on page 3 to introduce the terms to students. Read the story on page 4 to s
Here are 39 Google Slides to help students practice identifying whether statements are a fact or an opinion.You can print them out or assign them to Google Classroom.An answer key is provided on slides 21-39.
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2nd - 5th
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Here are 39 Google Slides to help students practice identifying whether statements are a fact or an opinion.You can print them out or assign them to Google Classroom.An answer key is provided on slides 21-39.
Grades:
2nd - 5th
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Click here to subscribe to our music video channel! This is one of The Grammarheads biggest hits in the classroom. It's a fun song that your students are sure to love. Fast, upbeat, and with a sense of humor, it will have your students knowing the differences between facts and opinions in no time
For this digital lesson students will be presented with varying hygiene related facts or opinions. Students will be asked to identify whether the statement or information is a fact or opinion. This is a great daily living skills activity, and social/communication activity. It is so important for
For this set of printable task cards, students will be presented with varying hygiene related facts or opinions. Students will be asked to identify whether the statement or information is a fact or opinion. This is a great daily living skills activity, and social/communication activity. It is so
For this digital lesson students will be presented with varying hygiene related facts or opinions. Students will be asked to identify whether the statement or information is a fact or opinion. This is a great daily living skills activity, and social/communication activity. It is so important for
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Not Grade Specific
Click here to subscribe to our music video channel! Here is a classic Grammarheads song to help you teach facts and opinions. Lots of examples are given throughout the video, as well as a catchy tune for the kids to sing along to. Guaranteed to make your job of teaching fact and opinion much easi
This worksheet contains 24 statements about U.S. states and cities in which students must identify the facts from the opinions. If the statement is an opinion, the student is asked to underline the word that gave them the clue. Answer Sheet included. Lesson Plan included.
This is a short quiz to test student's knowledge of fact versus opinion. The way it is set up, it is 10 points. They are all open-ended questions to test the student's knowledge. Answer key included on the 2nd page.
This is a great way to review Fact Versus Opinion with your students. Plus, it allows them to get out of their seats and walk around the room for a few minutes, while learning! If you're looking for a way to assess them later, check out my Fact Versus Opinion Short Quiz.
This two page handout has two sets of ten Fact/Opinion statements. Students will read the directions and state which is a fact or opinion. This can be used as a quiz (two different copies) OR one for practice and one to quiz. Click HERE for Readings with Questions!
A speech therapy lesson on how to distinguish between facts and opinions in sentences, passages and articles.
This mini lesson introduces the concept of "double negatives" to English Language Learners and gives them practice in avoiding the use of double negatives when they write and speak. A Spanish translation is included.
Grades:
Adult Education
This mini lesson introduces English Language Learners to the concept of fact versus opinion and gives students practice in differentiating between facts and opinions.
Grades:
Adult Education
This is a quick and easy powerpoint lesson to teach fact and opinion. It goes through definitions, examples, valid versus faulty opinions, and ends with some practice questions to review with your class. This goes perfectly with my Fact and Opinion Notes and Exit Tickets!
This Smart Board lesson teaches Using facts from a text to defend your opinion. I wrote this activity using the mentor text, Cats Versus Dogs by National Geographic. There are slides that discuss opinions, facts, writing and sharing. A video is linked. I also have an activity pack that goes along wi
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1st - 2nd
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Looking for graphic organizers to support your nonfiction genre studies or nonfiction unit? These graphic organizers focus on summarizing nonfiction and informational text, identifying main idea and details, and identifying facts and opinions. Work for Biographies, Expository Nonfiction, Persuasive
This packet contains pieces to make a class chart to record facts about cats and dogs to use to defend their opinions. It goes along with my Smart Board lesson also sold in my store. There are 3 different writing recording sheets!
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1st - 2nd
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Teaching fact and opinion? Help your students reach proficiency with the interactive, instructional PowerPoint: "Fact and Opinion." Presentation addresses each concept along with important signal words to look for on standardized tests. Assess your students with a formative/summative review that w

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