Fact vs. Opinion
Updated: 3/5/2019
Fact vs. Opinion
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Fact vs. Opinion

Teach Fact vs Opinion

By Jessica Miller

Storyboard That is great for teaching older or more advanced ESL students more complicated topics. Recently, I created some storyboards to help me educate students about the differences between facts and opinions and how to state them in English.

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Storyboard Description

Identify the difference between fact and opinion: Complete the T Chart!

Storyboard Text

  • *things we know to be true or to have happened *facts can change but we can't create facts
  • *things or ideas that people believe, feel, or think *we can all have different opinions about something
  • Trees and flowers need water and sunlight to grow.
  • I think flowers are prettier than trees and other plants.
  • Those buildings are tall.
  • I think the countryside is better than the city.