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DIGITAL and EDITABLE fact vs opinion sort The product is made for Google Slides and includes a PDF version linked on the last slide.
Facts & Opinions Mini-Lessons: These mini-lessons on Google Slides will teach your students the difference between facts and opinions. Kindergarten science topics are integrated throughout the lessons. The topic of facts vs. opinions is a great segue into teaching about Author's Point or Author'
Facts & Opinions These digital facts vs. opinions activities on Google Slides provide students practice distinguishing between facts and opinions. Digital sorting, fact checks, opinion surveys, and reading passages provide students exposure to facts and opinions in multiple ways. Pre-K and Kinde
Powerpoint includes a motivational start, definitions of both fact and opinion, vocabulary, several pages of "Adelina's Whales", and interactive example slides for student's to participate in! Great start to end resource for teaching fact and opinion!
In this 12 page editable Google Slide lesson, students will learn how to identify a fact from an opinion, while also being aware of author's bias. Students will learn about what a fact is and what an opinion is. Students will have an opportunity to practice their learned skills on 3 task slides. An
Powerpoint presentation for helping students understand the difference between facts and opinions. During the class session, I have students take Cornell Notes on the slides and then practice "fact" statements and "opinion" statements with different partners in class. The lesson concludes with stu
Help your students learn the difference between facts and opinion with a quick mini-lesson and game. Then work on writing an opinion paragraph. This file is great for many uses! Teachers can share it through Google Classroom for a writing assignment, use it live during virtual instruction or tra
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1st - 5th
Distinguishing between facts and opinion statements is critical to writing an opinion-based paper. In this resource, students will identify the differences between fact and opinion. Then they will practice writing an opinion statement and coming up with a fact that supports their opinion. What’s In
This is a 5-page powerpoint with higher level activities such as listing fact vs opinion and answering questions based on a short reading. Five different bell ringers
A 20 slide PowerPoint presentation that discusses the difference between fact and opinion, then gives students the chance to distinguish between the two using examples that are interesting and relevant to them. It's not pretty, but it's functional. A very fun way to introduce your non-fiction unit.
Grades:
7th - 11th
Save money with this bilingual bundle of products for Google Slides™ in both English and in Spanish. Please click on the individual products for complete descriptions and previews of each product. This four-page infographic graphic organizer in English and in Spanish provides basic information abou
This slide-show will teach your students the difference between fact and opinion. It will guide them through writing a persuasive piece that will be meaningful and relevant. Great buy and an excellent lesson.
This four-page infographic graphic organizer provides basic information about fact vs. opinion, examples of signal words, practice identifying facts and opinions, and space for writers to create their own examples of facts and opinions. Help your students to expand their understanding and applicatio
This four-page infographic graphic organizer in Spanish provides basic information about fact vs. opinion, examples of signal words, practice identifying facts and opinions, and space for writers to create their own examples of facts and opinions. Help your students to expand their understanding and
Students can find it tricky to separate their own opinions from facts when writing persuasively. This series of activities is designed to fix that!This slideshow introduces facts and opinions, explains why and how they are used in persuasive writing, and gives multiple opportunities for students to
Students highlight the fact statements and should discuss why they did not highlight the opinions. Each slide also includes space for students to write one fact and one opinion statement about a student-friendly topic.Teachers can do a slide a day for a two-week-long introduction of facts and opinio
learn differences and similarities
Grades:
4th - 8th
Your students will love this creative slide presentation to guide them through writing a persuasive piece. Your students will learn the difference between a fact and an opinion. They will learn how to state their opinion by creating a claim about a topic that they feel strongly about. The slide-s
These worksheets are part of the Hecho vs. Opinion Powerpoint. They go very well together. All you have to do is print them and they are good to go. They go along with each slide. Word document so that it is easy and convenient to edit.Feel free to email me if you have any questions/concerns at dlop
Grades:
5th - 10th, Staff
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This spring life cycles unit is a perfect supplemental resource to use for primary science lessons. They cover a variety of topics about life cycles, such as the life cycle of a butterfly, the life cycle of a frog, and the life cycle of a chicken. There are different types of resources, too. There a
HUGE Game Show BUNDLE - Put down the pencils and review important test prep skills with these fun ELA and Reading game shows! They are a bundle of 20 Jeopardy style review games. These are teacher led "no prep" activities that are run from Google Classroom or PowerPoint. There are 500 fully editabl
Building an understanding of Earth is important, and this geography resource is perfect for covering the 5 oceans of our world. This resource includes a slide show with key facts and features, a flip book to record information, pocket chart cards, activities, and assessment. This resource includes d
Reviews of my other products:I can't wait to start using this tomorrow with my students. It is very thorough. Thanks!Shay L. - January 29, 2019A teacher-friendly, kid-engaging format! THANK YOU!Morning Lori (TpT Seller) - August 3, 2018This is by far the best resource a teacher can invest. Thank you

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