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Fact Versus Opinion

Young learners distinguish statements as fact or fiction. After exploring a newspaper, they determine the type of information it contains. They read editorial articles and discuss the differences between the editorial page and the front page news. In groups, they choose a section of an editorial page and look for facts and opinions. They share their information and reasoning with the class.

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Grade
3rd - 6th
Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Duration
1 hr
Instructional Strategy
Skills Practice
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