This Fact or Opinion activity unit is designed to introduce, practice, and extend this important, often tested reading skill. Primarily using the media and advertisement hook, you will be provided with several types of activities. During the whole group instruction period you will introduce and illustrate the difference between a fact and opinion. Several full-color transparencies (with answer keys) are provided as sample advertisements. During guided practice, students will have an opportunity to practice determining the difference between a fact opinion (answer key provided). A class presentation activity is included, giving students an opportunity to construct their own advertisement which will include specific instructions for identifying facts and opinions. A homework activity extends this concept, as students will look for real-life examples in advertisements. Finally, a bonus extension activity is included, giving students another fun opportunity to distinguish the difference between facts and opinions. Students will enjoy the activities. It will make a perfect supplement to your curriculum.