Being able to distinguish between fact and opinion is an important skill for both reading and listening comprehension, especially as students delve into the complexities of a new language.
As students begin to learn the English language, they will be able to spot that difference in no time and go on to share their own opinions, as well as recognize those of others in classroom activities. We've rounded up a selection of worksheets that focus on just that - sharing opinions through things like healthy debate and conversation exercises.
Take a peek at each of these resources, and download the ones that fit your needs to use in your classroom. There are activities for all levels, from complete beginner to adult learner. And if you want even more activities and resources, browse our Opinions Library.
Engaging ESL Worksheets for Sharing Opinions
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