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Fact or Opinion

Item Number: GASEC16-SB257
 

Date Submitted: 02/02/2016

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Help students recognize the difference between facts and opinions with this interactive game that helps students examine their own reactions to information, events, and people as it is presented. Students will gain the tools to identify words and phrases that indicate whether a statement is proven or the result of someone’s belief. Social skills can also be addressed in this lesson as many children adopt other’s derogatory remarks as facts about themselves.

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Publisher: Walder Education
Founding Director: Mrs. Rouhama Garelick
 
Created: Sarah Burnstein
Design: Jenny Friedman

 

 

 

Size: 8.5''x11''
Language: English
Language Style: Not Applicable
Gender: Not Applicable
Color: Color
Grade(s): 3rd-5th, 6th-8th
Resource Type(s): Game, Curriculum, Curricular Material
Subject(s): Secular Studies, Special Education

 

 

 

Goals and Objectives:

The student will recognize the difference between facts and opinions as they appear in daily life. 

Skills Needed: Reading
Skills Developed:

The student will develop an understanding of words and phrases that would indicate either fact or opinion.

 

 

 

Contents: 1 – 8.5"x11" – Color Cardstock-Gloss Laminated
(To view page sizes in PDF, hover over the bottom left corner of the page.)
Page Scaling: None
Notes: Some cutting and assembly may be required.
Laminated items will require trimming.
Items larger than 11x17 inches may require a large format printer.

 

 
  • Fact and Opinion card template (attached) (one of each per student)
  • Popsicle sticks (one per student)
  • A sampling of statements both fact and opinion
  • Scissors
  • Tape/Glue
     
 
 
 
 
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