Direction: For each topic, write one opinion. Then, support your opinion by writing an evidence.
My best friend
Opinion She is the most multi-talented giri in school.
Evidence She knows how to sing and dance.
1. My hometown
2. My school
1. O- My hometown is the best place to stay at
E- My hometown has the biggest popularity in the region.
2. O- My school is the highest when it comes to sports.
E- My school is a Catholic School.
Hope it helps
( Is an opinion supported by evidence? )
In order to have academic credibility, opinions need to be supported by reliable evidence in academic texts. 'Reliable' means the kind of evidence that most readers would accept as valid. The aim of the next activity is to identify how opinions are supported by evidence in the text.
( What evidence can you provide to support your opinion? )
Evidence may include the claims, facts and figures, graphs, statics, surveys, experiment, etc. as the core sources to support your opinion. Adding evidence in your opinionated write-up helps the student to conceptualize and textually imply in writing.