Who is at Fault?

LI: To make an informed opinion.

This week we have been learning about bias. Bias can be objective which means you don’t let your past experiences affect your opinion or subjective which means you let your past experiences affect your opinion. We looked at the same story from different perspectives. A perspective is viewpoint on how you look at the story. After reading and summarising both texts we thought about and talked about the facts to help us make an informed opinion.

Our group found this interesting because everyone had different ideas on who is at fault the pigs or the wolf. 

Something I found was that even though the wolf had said his side of the story, that didn’t influence me to think that he was the victim instead of the pigs.

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