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Is that a fact?

Is that a fact?

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Is that a fact?

5.22.activity.is_that_a_fact.pdf
  1. Write three examples of facts on one side of the board and three examples of opinions on the other side of the board.
  2. Ask participants to identify the statements of fact and the statements of opinion.
  3. Divide participants into small groups and provide each group with a set of Fact/Opinion Statement cards. Ask one person in each group to “deal” the cards out to the group members until all cards have been distributed.
  4. Have each small group divide its work space into three areas, one labeled “Facts,” another “Opinions,” and the third one “Need More Information.” Have participants work together to place the statements in the appropriate areas according to the definitions they agreed on earlier.
  5. Discussion