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Subjective – Objective Exercise

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  • 1. SUBJECTIVE – OBJECTIVEEXERCISE
  • 2. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Jonathon did not fight with Kyle because he is a good boy.
  • 3. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Michelle slowly approached Leah’s group of children, and softly spoke to Leah, “May I play?”
  • 4. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? I hate spaghetti.
  • 5. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Terri was in the block corner, building a tower. He has excellent eye-hand coordination.
  • 6. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Marcie walked into the room this morning as if she were mad at the world.
  • 7. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Mark’s friend Rob was playing in the play grocery store taking empty food boxes off the shelves, so Mark watches him for a minute and begins to take the boxes off the shelves and places them in a toy shopping cart.
  • 8. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Patty was mad at Lucia.
  • 9. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Jane lost her temper when she saw the big mess.
  • 10. SUBJECTIVE (S) OR OBJECTIVE (O)? Jane walked into the art room. There was paint dripping down the side of the cupboard and splattered across the walls. She wailed, “Okay, I have had about enough!”

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