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Fact or opinion

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Fact or opinion

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Fact or opinion

  1. 1. Shiela Ann Neron Teacher-Applicant
  2. 2. Who Am I?
  3. 3. 1. I am one of your ability that you can find in chart. C
  4. 4. 2. I am first in final. F
  5. 5. 3. I am a vitamin that you can get in squash but never in grass. A
  6. 6. 4. I am the sound of a three- letter word kind of drink that is healthy for the body. T
  7. 7. FACT
  8. 8. French fries taste better with ketchup. Sunday is the best day of the week. O N P O I N I OPINION
  9. 9. Listening Analytically to Distinguish Fact from Opinion
  10. 10. Know the Difference! Fact – is something which can be verified with evidences and is provable, observable and measurable.
  11. 11. Facts that can be proven by reliable authority such as: Statistics Proven scientific law History book Governmental laws An observation Note: None of these authorities are full proof, but the information they provide is considered to be fact.
  12. 12. Example: Ferdinand Marcos is the former president of the Philippines.
  13. 13. Know the Difference! Opinion – is something, which can’t be proven, and they are based on someone’s thoughts, feelings and understanding.
  14. 14. Example: President Duterte is the best president.
  15. 15. Key Points Though you use facts to add credibility to an opinion, it is still an opinion. Though an opinion may be widely accepted, it does not make any fact.
  16. 16. Heed the warnings! maybe perhaps best/worst probably apparently
  17. 17. Guidelines of Listening 1.Keep an open mind. 2.Stay focused on the topic. 3.Identify purpose and main idea.
  18. 18. Let’s have a recap!
  19. 19. Assignment: Watch a television news and list 5 facts and 5 opinions you heard.
  20. 20. And this is mine!

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