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Fact or Opinion - CCSS RI.6.8


Links verified on 04/12/2023


1. Difference Between Fact and Opinion.

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Fact or myth? In this article excerpt, an attempt is made to simplify the difference between fact and opinion. SEE MORE
 
2. Distinguish Facts From Opinions.

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Identify which sentence states a fact? SEE MORE
 
3. Distinguishing Fact, Opinion, Belief, and Prejudice.

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Most statements made in speaking and writing are assertions of fact, opinion, belief, or prejudice. Can you tell the difference? SEE MORE
 
4. Fact and Opinion Jeopardy.

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A Jeopardy style game focusing on fact and opinion statements. Up to 12 teams can play. SEE MORE
 
5. Fact and Opinion Self-Test -.

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Click on the appropriate choice after each statement.  SEE MORE
 
6. Fact or Opinion.

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Identify each statement as fact or opinion. Video, lesson, quiz and worksheet available. SEE MORE
 
7. Fact or Opinion: Quiz 1.

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Read the statements and determine if they are facts or opinions. Select your answer from the popup menu. There are a total of 30 statements to evaluate.  SEE MORE
 
8. Fact or Opinion: Quiz 2.

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Read the statements and determine if they are facts or opinions. Select your answer from the popup menu. There are a total of 30 statements to evaluate.  SEE MORE
 
9. Fact or Opinion?

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Separating fact from opinion can be a difficult task. In this video, there's a discussion of how to distinction between fact and opinion and some helpful tips for distinguishing between the two are offered. Good for students who are struggling. SEE MORE
 
10. Fact or Opinion?

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Decide if sentences are fact or opinion.[10 questions]  SEE MORE
 
11. Fact, Habit, Opinion or Schedule?

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An English-Zone quiz with ten multiple-choice questions. Choose the correct answer for each sentence below. When you are done, click on the 'Check Answers' button to check your answers.  SEE MORE
 
12. Factual Information or Opinions of the Author.

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Often the author's opinions are disguised as fact, to make the author's argument seem more believable. There is nothing wrong with mixing opinions and fact together in an argument, it's done all the time. What is important is that the reader be able to distinguish the fact from the opinion, in order to make a sound judgment about the information they are receiving!  SEE MORE
 

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