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Objective! 
vs. ! 
Subjective ! 
Writing
Objective: 
Not influenced by personal 
feelings or opinions in 
considering and representing 
facts. Objective writing pr...
Objective: Example 
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a 
prehistoric carnivorous dinosaur. 
It walked on two legs, and had a 
mass...
Subjective: 
Influenced by personal feelings 
or opinions. Subjective writing 
often involves the use of “I” by 
the autho...
Subjective: Example 
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was the 
coolest of all dinosaurs. I love 
how other dinosaurs would run in 
fe...
Writing can have a combination of 
subjective and objective statements: 
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a 
cool prehistoric car...
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Objective vs Subjective Writing

  1. 1. Objective! vs. ! Subjective ! Writing
  2. 2. Objective: Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts. Objective writing presents accurate facts that we can verify.
  3. 3. Objective: Example The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a prehistoric carnivorous dinosaur. It walked on two legs, and had a massive skull balanced by a long, heavy tail.
  4. 4. Subjective: Influenced by personal feelings or opinions. Subjective writing often involves the use of “I” by the author. (This is the opposite of objective writing).
  5. 5. Subjective: Example The Tyrannosaurus Rex was the coolest of all dinosaurs. I love how other dinosaurs would run in fear if they saw the T-Rex nearby.
  6. 6. Writing can have a combination of subjective and objective statements: The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a cool prehistoric carnivorous dinosaur. Because they were prey, smaller dinosaurs would run in fear if they saw the T-Rex.

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