In order to understand literature, students need to know how to identify the difference between fact and opinion of a passage of text. As part of students’ learning, they often struggle to understand the difference between the two. A good reader can identify, define, and understand the meaning of this reading skill and technique and apply it correctly.
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In this product, I am providing you everything you need to teach your students facts and opinions, as well as effective practice. This product includes:
*Guided Fact & Opinion Notes with a Teaching Answer Key
*Smart Board of Fact & Opinion Notes for Visual Learners
*Practice Worksheet-Identifying Fact & Opinion
*2 Bell Work Fact & Opinion Practice Sheets
*2 Fact & Opinion Exit Slips
*Google Classroom Ready Materials
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