Fact & Opinion Review Jeopardy. Thursday, November 21 st , 2013. LEARNING TARGETS!. At the end of this lesson I will be able to:. I will know the difference between fact and opinion, and I will be able to identify facts and opinions in texts. . Fact and Opinion Jeopardy Rules.
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Thursday, November 21st, 2013
A piece of information that can be proven by evidence.
A.) An opinion.
B.) A fact.
C.) A theme.
D.) None of the above.
Define the word opinion.
A.) A statement that cannot be proven true or false.
B.) A statement that you can check or prove with evidence (proof).
C.) The message of a passage.
D.) Utilizing the objective approach.
Identify the purpose(s) of biased words.
A.) To show an impartial stance towards a topic.
B.) Show an opinion/ belief about something.
C.) Express a judgment on something.
D.) Both B & C.
Define the objective tone.
A.) Has a “neutral” tone.
B.) Unbiased/ impartial information.
C.) No feelings for or against a topic.
D.) All of the above answer choices could describe the objective tone.
Define the subjective tone.
A.) Includes biased words, such as awful.
B.) Opinions and feelings are shared.
C.) Contains unbiased/impartial informational.
D.) Both choices A & B.