Lesson 2: Distinguish Fact from Opinion in Books

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An important part of reading informational text is being able to discern fact from opinion. The class reads chapter one from the book, Penguins by Lynn M. Stone. They analyze specific sections of the text to determine if what is being conveyed is a fact or an opinion. The lesson gives two ways learners distinguish fact from opinion. An opinion usually contains an adjective, while a fact can be proven to be true.

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