Distinguish between fact/opinion, between cause/effect, and between fantasy/reality. 0501.5.1
Links verified on 3/2/2012
- Cause and Effect - combine two sentences using connecting words to show cause and effect
- Cause and Effect - complete the statement to create a cause and effect
- Cause and Effect Actions - quiz using connector words
- Cause and Effect Book list - These books are great for studying cause and effect.
- Cause and Effect - Fill in the missing statement to create a cause and effect.
- Cause and Effect Story - online story with questions. not interactive
- Cause and Effect Quizzes - Quiz One - Quiz Two [These expired links are available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the pages don't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Cause and Effect Paragraphs - Online lesson and quizzes at the end.
- Cause and Effect quiz - Match cause with effect
- Cause and Effect quizzes - Quiz One - Quiz Two - Quiz Three - Quiz Four - Quiz Five
- Cause and Effect Graphic Organizers - print these to practice this skill.
- Practice With Cause and Effect - a lab activity to identify causes and effects
- What Caused It? - identify cause and effect patterns in text (science content is used to teach this reading skill)
- Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion - click on a button to indicate if the statements are fact, opinion, or a blend of both
- Fact and Opinion Self-Test - click on the appropriate choice after each statement
- Fact and Opinion Worksheet - students write a topic in the top box and then write examples of facts and opinions related to the topic
- Fact and Opinion Self-Test - immediate feedback is given when you select an answer
- Fact, Habit, Opinion or Schedule? - an English-Zone quiz
- Fact/Opinion Interactive Sites and Worksheets - a collection of resources at Internet4Classrooms
- Fact or Opinion Jeopardy - [designed for 6th grade] five statements to be evaluated in the form of a short Jeopardy game [could be used as a whole class activity if projected or used on an interactive whiteboard]
- Fact or Opinion? (quiz 1) - a Quia quiz
- Fact or Opinion? (quiz 2) - a Quia quiz
- Fact or Opinion? - there are sixteen questions on this Quia quiz, each is on a separate page
- Fact or Opinion Quiz - Decide which of these statements are fact or opinion from the drop-down list, then click on the "Finished" button to obtain your score out of ten.
- Fact or Opinion - select fact or opinion for each sentence
- Fact vs Opinion: an Interactive Exercise - this PowerPoint slide show contains seven statements to be evaluated [could be used as a whole class activity if projected or used on an interactive whiteboard]
- Fantasy Book marks - print these out for students to help them evaluate text.
- Martin Luther King Jr.: Fact or Opinion? (a worksheet to print, not interactive)
- A mix of factual information and the opinions of the author. Often the opinions are disguised as fact, to make the author's argument seem more believable.
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