Distinguish Between Fact and Opinion

This site helps students to sift the relevant from the irrelevant, distinguish between fact and opinion, and distinguish between bias and objectivity. One will need a free one time membership.  The document can be opened in Smart Notebook Express. The lesson addressed relevant and irrelevant information, distinguished between fact and opinion, and distinguish between bias and objectivity.

Standards & Objectives

Academic standards
CLE 3002.5.3
Evaluate an argument, considering false premises, logical fallacies, and the quality of evidence presented.
CLE 3002.5.4
Analyze the logical features of an argument.
CLE 3003.5.2
Analyze text for fact and opinion, cause/effect, inferences, evidence, and conclusions.
CLE 3003.5.3
Evaluate an argument, considering false premises, logical fallacies, and quality of evidence presented.
CLE 3003.5.4
Analyze the logical features of an argument.
CLE 3005.5.2
Analyze text for fact and opinion, cause/effect, inferences, evidence, and conclusions.
CLE 3005.5.3
Evaluate an argument, considering false premises, logical fallacies, and quality of evidence presented.
CLE 3005.5.4
Analyze the logical features of an argument.
 
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Lesson Variations

Blooms taxonomy level: 
Understanding

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