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What are clues often given in a statement that indicate it may be an opinion?
Clues often given in a statement that indicate it may be an opinion are ...
- certain phrases, such as...
I think, I feel, and in my opinion.
- Each tell you that the statement is an opinion.
- certain words, such as...
best, worst, wonderful, or terrible.
Words like these appear in opinions.
What is a fact?
A fact is a statement that can be proven true.
What is an opinion?
An opinion is a statement that tells what a person thinks or believes.

-Some opinion are based on facts and/or experiences.
What are clues often given in a statement that indicate it may be a fact?
Clues often given in a statement that indicate it may be a fact are ...

- dates,
- numbers, or
- other pieces of verifiable information.
What are thoughtful opinions?
Thoughtful opinions are opinions that ...

- can help people understand the past and prepare for the future.
What questions can you ask to determine if you are working with a fact?
Questions I can ask to determine if I am working with a fact are ...

- Do I know this idea to be true from my own experience?
- Can the idea be proven true by testing?
- Do I trust the book or source from which I learned the fact?
Colonial Florida: Tell Fact From Opinion
Chapter 4 - Skill Lesson
pg. 170
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