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The topics you 8767 ll find here require a unique approach as you try to come up with useful and accurate content. So, if you 8767 re not familiar with such requirements, you 8767 ll go through different challenges as you try to complete your assignment.
Now that you have a better understanding of the four phases of the Compare & Contrast strategy, take a second look at the student work samples in Figure . Each of the four phases is represented by at least one piece of student work. Can you determine which work samples were developed during which classroom phase?
Here are just some of the few examples of compare and contrast ideas that you 8767 ll likely come across. We 8767 ve also taken the opportunity to arrange them in different classes to boost all your academic choices. You can even use the topics in writing your essays especially in cases where you 8767 ve not been given a specific theme.
Activity: The Most Important Goal
Which of the five goals of the Compare & Contrast strategy is most important to you, and why?
Teachers - Make sure you check out the Assignments section which provides exercises, projects, support resources, and rubrics.
If you have more questions about compare-contrast, check out ReadWriteThink and Oswego City School District's comprehensive chart.
Offering options in the digital tools they use to communicate their knowledge encourages students to take responsibility for their own learning and you as the teacher to differentiate for their needs without a lot of extra work.
This article explains (a) how to teach students to identify the compare-contrast text structure, and to use this structure to support their comprehension, (b) how to use compare-contrast texts to activate and extend students' background knowledge, and (c) how to use compare-contrast texts to help students expand and enrich their vocabulary. Although these strategies can benefit all learners, the compare-contrast text structure is particularly helpful to ELL students.
To help your child focus on one line at a time, either fold the page or cover part of the page with a plain sheet of paper. This will help his eyes track across the page from left to right.