Fact and Opinion: How Can You Tell the Difference?

Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
Fact and Opinion:  How Can You Tell the Difference?
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Fact and Opinion PowerPoint Lesson

Jonna Gleason

This PowerPoint lesson helps students learn to differentiate fact and opinion statements. It teaches that facts can be verified through observation, use of a reference resource, measuring, or counting. It explains the clue words associated with an opinion, such as should, too, good, better, best, bad, worse, worst, etc.

Ten “Fact or Opinion?” practice slides are included after the teaching slides, allowing the students to try out their new strategies. The teacher is able to assess learning and reteach if necessary.
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36 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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