Interpretation of Facts Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RI.7.9

Core Standard

Facts are usually indisputable but depending on how you view the facts will determine your decision based on the facts. An interpretation does not negate the facts, but it does put it in context of more factors that have to be considered. For instance, you may steal a car, but if you stole the car to drive your critically injured friend to the hospital you, would have greater favor with the person making a judgment. These worksheets will help students learn to look at facts when set into context.









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