A common tool among modern teachers today is the fact and opinion worksheets that they have their pupils fill out. The tool serves to help students determine the difference between enduring facts and wavering opinions. But that’s not where the uses of this tool ends. It can also be used as a business analogy for corporate communications and advertisements and in house ad campaigns.
To illustrate, below is an example which can be used to illustrate fact and opinion. We are going to use our editable PowerPoint Weighing Scales product which has been made using native PowerPoint.
All the images in the slides are vector by nature so they can be scaled without losing clarity. Remember to hold down Ctrl + Shift as you drag the corners to resize the image. And since neutral colors have been used, you can easily plug the images into your presentation and color them depending on our color scheme.
Below are some more examples of how the PowerPoint Weighing Scales can be used for a wide variety of audiences.
These are a few Fact and Opinion analogies
This shows how facts will always outweigh opinions.
Another way of showcasing the difference between fact and opinion. Drawing comparisons between the benefits of consuming fresh and unhealthy food.
Here’s another way you can use to highlight the difference between fact and opinion.