Whether or not you have used interactive notebooking before, this resource is an easy and fun way to introduce facts and opinions in your classroom.
By the end of these lessons students will be able to differentiate and sort facts and opinions, write their own, and identify fact and opinion statements in a mock newspaper article.
There are templates for 4 notes included in this download, each come with the design and instructions to make the note as well as teaching guides with example pictures explaining how to use the resource.
1: Fact vs. Opinion: helps students understand the difference between fact and opinion, students write their own example for each
2: Sorting Activity: students sort F&O statements.
3: Writing F&O Statements: students write their own facts and opinions about three topics (spiders, chocolate, and thunderstorms).
4: Being a Fact & Opinion Detective: students to understand the concept of perspective and bias by identifying F&O statements in two mock newspaper articles.
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