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Distinguish Between Fact and Opinion Poster

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: 3 - 6

A poster highlighting how to distinguish between fact and opinion when reading a piece of text.

Display this poster when learning about the different comprehension strategies and how to distinguish between fact and opinion.

Information on the poster includes:

Facts are what actually happened and can be proven as true. You cannot change a fact.

Opinion tells a personal attitude or judgement about something.

Fact signals:
• numbers
• photographs
• statistics
• verification
• records
• eyewitnesses.

Opinion signals:
• I think
• I believe
• probably
• should
• good/bad
• subjectivity.

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