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True or False: You don’t need to use any facts in an opinion piece.
Read the following sentences:
I love a warm cookie and a cold glass of milk. Chocolate chip cookies melt when they’re warm and are easy to make.
What is this introduction missing?
a strong statement of opinion
a reason to support opinion
a fact about cookies
Which of these does not introduce an opinion?
“In my opinion…”
“According to the dictionary…”
The topic of your opinion piece is the
opinion you are claiming.
Which of these adjectives could you use to show an opinion?
Lucinda is writing an opinion piece about why horses are the best animals. Which of the following could she use to support her opinion?
Horses can run almost as soon as they’re born.
Horses can help people recover from accidents.
Lucinda rides a horse named Raisins at the stable.
All of the above
________ are always true.
Read the following sentence:
In conclusion, I think that recycling is the most important thing to do for our planet.
What can the author of this essay do to improve his or her conclusion?
Add linking words like “first,” “then,” and “finally.”
Write a hook to draw in the reader’s attention.
Restate some of the supporting reasons.
State a new opinion.
Which of the following is a list of all the things you should do when writing an opinion piece?
State your opinion and then restate it in the conclusion.
State your opinion then support it with facts and reasons.
Support your opinion with facts and reasons, then restate your opinion.
State your opinion clearly, support your opinion with facts and reasons, restate your opinion and reasons to conclude.