A fact is something that can be proven, sometimes backed by statistics.
Opinion refers to a judgment or personal feeling that is not founded on proof. Opinion statements are characterised by "I think", "I believe" and "the best", "the worst", etc.
Facts are always true. Something untrue, stated as a fact is an error.
Topic- the main idea of a paper, article, newspaper, etc. that you are doing.
A 3-2-1 organizer is a strategy for reading comprehension.
3) 3 interesting facts or 3 things I discovered while reading
2) 2 important facts
1) 1 question I have about what I read
Is it subjective or objective?
It helps you summarize all of the information you've just read and taken notes about.
describe what happened to New Orleans during and after Hurricane Katrina.
Which of these questions helps you find information to put in the question category if a 3column organizer
The storm left about a million people without power...
it's different because an opinion is something you think and a fact is something
the effects of the damage Hurricane Katrina caused in New Orleans.
More than fifty nations offered to help with the disaster
Rioting and looting took place. Apex
B**ch I thought you had all the answers f*** y’all
Apex/ many people stayed in New Orleans despite the approaching storm
There were cemetery coffins tossed around the beach, and disemboweled slot machines, and boats perched on trees