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Fact v. Opinion

Designed to help 5th grade students detmine fact and opinion using advertisements. Please use in your classroom and let me know what you think!
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Liz Linning

on 26 February 2013

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Transcript of Fact v. Opinion

Examining Commercials Fact v. Opinion What are some important facts from that commercial?
Turn and talk to a neighbor. Coca-Cola What were some opinions from that commercial?
Turn and talk to a neighbor. We've been bringing people together
Obesity concerns all of us
We can play an important role
Adding calorie counts helps people make better decisions During this next commercial, use your
cards when you hear a fact or an opinion.

Show me the side that says "FACT" when you hear something that is always true.

Show me the side that says "OPINION" when you hear something that is what someone thinks. Now it's your turn!!! Find a group of about 3-4 people.
Come see me to get a product
Write a commercial that includes at least 2 facts and 2 opinions about your product Coca Cola makes over 650 beverages
We offer over 180 low and no-calorie choices
We've created smaller portion options
We've added the calorie counts on the front of all beverages
Calories in beverages in schools has been reduced by about 90% since 2004
All calories count, no matter where they come from
If you eat and drink more calories than you burn off, you will gain weight
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