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Fact vs. Opinion

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Caroline Hogan

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of Fact vs. Opinion

The more sleep you get at night, the better rested you will be in the morning.
What about this one.....
Pizza is the best food there is!
For example:
Facts:
Fact vs. Opinion
Which is which!?
What about this one...
Opinions
Opinions are what a person thinks or feels about a person, place, thing, or idea.
I believe that if you do good things, good things will happen to you.
Is this an opinion?
Objective:

Students will be able to distinguish between facts and opinions within a text
Agenda:
Do Now
VTW Quiz
Objective
Notes, Prezi, Practice
Exit ticket
Independent practice with 'Is Summer Break Necessary?'
Writers workshop (if we have extra time)
A fact is something that really happened or can be proven.
It is a statement that is always true.
Is this a fact?
No.
How do you know!?!?

Because it isn't always true, some people might not feel the same way!
Is this a fact??
____________________________
How do you know!?
__________________________________________________________________________________
They are statements that are not always true.
Clue words:
14-year-old Brooke Erickson likes to sleep. She has to be at school early on weekdays. On the weekends, she wants to sleep as long as she wants.

Brooke’s mom does not agree. She thinks that Brooke should get up at the same time every day. This way she’ll get used to being up early.
New research says that both Brooke and her mom are right.

Sleeping late means sleeping more than two hours later than a person would normally wake up. Sleeping late on weekends can mess up the body’s sleep/wake cycles. Sleeping late in the mornings makes it harder to fall asleep at night. Staying up later at night makes the body tired. Then it gets even harder to get up the next morning. Wake up and going to bed at the same times every day. This makes it easier for the body to get the rest it needs.

Most teenagers don’t get as much sleep as they need. The average teenager needs 8 to 9 hours of sleep each night. The average teenager only gets 6 to 7 hours of sleep on school nights.
Let's Practice!
Directions: Read the text, determine if each underlined phrase is a fact or opinion and how do you know?
Is this an opinion!?
Yes it is!
I know this because I notice the clue words 'I believe' and it isn't always true. There are people who don't always believe that.
Is this an opinion?!
The Chicago Bulls are the best team in the NBA.
_________________________
How do you know??
__________________________________________________________________________________
I believe I think My favorite
In my opinion The best Always
Most Least Greatest/worst
How do you know!?!?
Never All None
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