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This Compare and Contrast fictional unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.2.9. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching students to find simil
This 50 page resource helps students to compare and contrast fiction passages in a variety of ways and provides many no prep resources. Students will compare characters to themselves, compare two characters in a story, compare different versions of a story, compare poems, and more. Students are
This Compare and Contrast Fiction unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.4.9. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching 4th grade students to co
The 24 Compare and Contrast Task cards (12 fiction, 12 non-fiction) are great to have on hand as an extension activity for early finishers, a remediation activity that can be led by a volunteer or paraprofessional, as a review prior to standardized testing, or to play Scoot. You can use the include
Are you looking for resources to teach non-fiction text structures?Introduce and reinforce the expository text structure of "Compare & Contrast" using this instructional packet. Materials introduce the concept of compare and contrast and include graphic organizers for practice! This Resource Inc
This is a fun whole group activity to help your students practice comparing and contrasting two fiction texts. The two texts tell about the same character and 2 different problems he faces. Students read the texts and then have a snowball fight using the statement cards provided. After the snowba
This unit is designed to give students practice with close reading while focusing on comparing and contrasting non-fiction text. There are four sets of original text. Depending on students reading level, the text could be read the first time as a whole group or individually. On the second re
These 22 cards give repetition and practice to main idea identification at the paragraph level. Also, students compare two texts on similar, yet different topics.R.I.2.9- Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic.R.I. 3.9-Compare and contrast the most im
This resource contains fiction and non-fiction passages meant to be used for comparing and contrasting purposes. Have your student(s) read the passage and then cut out the story parts and glue them into the Venn diagram.
Students will compare and contrast two non-fiction passages as they close-read with this digital and printable resource! Students will practice comparing and contrasting with circle maps, double bubble maps, and a venn diagram. Students will also write about their comparison! Students can type dire
Common Core Aligned! This is a 16 page mini book that you can use to teach about comparing and contrasting the settings, plots, and themes of two fiction texts. This book explains these ideas and then gives interactive pages that can be used with any non-fiction text. *Standards are not written on
Want your students to practice comparing and contrasting between two different texts? Want those texts to be fiction and non-fiction? What then to be on the same topic?This resource includes:Compare and contrast anchor chartCompare and contrast sentence startersOne non-fiction textOne fiction textCo
Compare and Contrast two short articles about a platypus.
This informative and engaging double lesson aims to improve students’ ability to compare and contrast two different texts based on a similar subject. They will focus particularly on the purpose, audience, language, and structure of texts, and will learn to use comparing and contrasting connectives t
This activity has your students compare and contract a fiction and nonfiction texts. Page 1: Students will complete a venn diagram that will compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction texts. Page 2: After reading a fiction and nonfiction text students will use the information from the two texts an
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This Compare & Contrast Graphic Organizer set is perfect to teach, practice, or assess Comparing/Contrasting: 1.RL.3.9, 2.RL.3.9, and 3RL.3.9. Whether you use Literature Circles, Guided Reading, Daily 5, Reader's Workshop, or another literacy structure, these graphic organizers will be a helpful
This resource combines Reading, Science, and Thanksgiving, all in one! Students will read a non-fiction, compare and contrast text about the differences between male and female turkeys. Then, they will answer questions about the structure of the text and use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast
Four different graphic organizers to help students organize their thoughts while comparing and contrasting fiction texts written by the same author.
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Believes about the cat is a nonfictional informative text for lower grades most suitable for 1st to 5th standard students. This worksheet helps to practice the skill of comparing and contrasting different ideas. Also, the question bank is included in the worksheet for the students who are always ent
Product guides students to compare and contrast two non-fiction text passages through a series of step by step graphic organizers. Students are then able to use the organizers to help with completion of a written responses comparing the two text passages.
Short Packet over Comparing and Contrasting Non-Fiction text.
Students can analyze, compare, and contrast related fiction texts using this graphic organizer and Venn diagram. Spanish & English versions included. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.9Compare and contrast the themes, settings, and plots of stories written by the same author about the same or similar chara
Make your reading centers and guided reading lessons effective and stress-free with these 100% EDITABLE Fiction and Nonfiction reading activities. They are so much more than just graphic organizers. Simply pair any of these reading activity sheets with a Nonfiction OR Fiction text, and you have an i
This resource makes it easy for you to teach comparing and contrasting in nonfiction texts / informational texts so that your students develop a thorough understanding. Students will have the opportunity to compare two topics in the same text, as well as to compare and contrast two texts on the sam

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