Book Vs. Movie- After reading the book and also watching the movie adaptation, use this printable compare and contrast chart to analyze the differences between the two formats. Can be used with any Book Vs. Movie that you may work with throughout the year!
Each component listed also includes specific details to look for, to guide students to think critically and go further in their analysis. Similar to a compare and contrast diagram, but I find that I get much more depth in thinking from my students when using this chart.
Students must analyze components such as characters, main events, settings, etc. and describe the similarities and differences as they are just in the book, just in the movie, or equally represented in both the book and movie.
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Keywords: Book vs movie, compare and contrast, language arts, reading, graphic organizer