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Ms Mahon

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Recognising Facts vs Opinions

After watching the Facts and Opinions BrainPop video: 1. Read the attached piece of persuasive writing. 2. Highlight, or add a note, to show several examples of facts and opinions. You may have to check some information with another source before you decide whether it is a fact or not. We have completed an example for you. These clues might help you- FACTS: Numbers, measures, statistics, time and date, scientific or historical data, OPINIONS: Descriptive words, thoughts, feelings, point of view, believe, should, think, might

6th Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Writing, Reading
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