These web sites describe how to tell the difference between fact and opinion. There are sites that explain the differences and give examples of value words. Includes quizzes, a PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, and lesson plans.
This website will tell you how to determine the difference between facts and opinions.
Learn how you can evaluate whether a statement is a fact or opinion. There is also a list of clue words.
Try this fun Jeopardy game created as a PowerPoint presentation to learn more about facts and opinions.
Try this PowerPoint activity and see if you can figure out the concept.
This is a fact and opinion worksheet on spiders. NOTE: The site requires membership and it also includes ads. NOTE: This site links to social networking sites.
This interactive quiz has ten statements. Decide whether they are fact or opinion.
Try this quiz. Decide whether each statement is a fact or opinion.
This is another online quiz in which you identify facts and opinions.
This one-page PDF can help students write a paragraph or essay. They will choose a topic and then write some facts and opinions about that topic.
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September 27, 2004 at 08:14 |
Updated: April 04, 2013 at 19:17