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Distinguishing Fact from Opinion

In this lesson, students learn how to distinguish fact from opinion. They learn about source, context, and hyperbole. This lesson includes vocabulary practice, comprehension tasks, and assessment.

  • distinguish
  • express
  • critical thinking
  • influence
  • context
  • source
  • clarify
  • hyperbole
Task Content
  • Lesson Objective(Reference)
  • Warm-Up(Reference)
  • Vocabulary Preview A(Matching)
  • Vocabulary Preview B(Matching)
  • Reading (Reference)
  • Definitions(Reference)
  • Sorting(Multiple-Choice)
  • Fact Vs. Opinion A(Multiple-Choice)
  • Fact Vs. Opinion B(Multiple-Choice)
  • Fact Vs. Opinion C(Multiple-Choice)
  • Vocabulary Review(Type in the Blanks)
  • Matching(Matching)
  • Comprehension(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Assessment (Open-Ended Questions)