This resource contains everything you need to get going with a lesson on Compare and Contrast Information Texts in your classroom.
1. Recall information text types.
2. Describe the features of compare and contrast information text type.
3. Explore the structure of compare and contrast text type.
4. Write a compare and contrast information text on a given/chosen topic.
This Resource includes:
1. Detailed Lesson Plan
2. Lesson Starter
3. Compare & Contrast Text Structure
4. Sample Texts
7. Assessment Rubrics
8. List of Active Verbs
9. List of Adjectives & Adverbs
10. List of Connectives
Learning Outcomes of this Lesson:
1. ALL students will write using the features in an appropriate manner with intro and conclusion.
2. MOST of the students will write using the features in a sequential order and structure with inviting intro and conclusion.
3. SOME students will write using the features in an effectively organized, logical and creative manner with engaging intro and conclusion.
Teachers can use this to enhance the writing skills of the learners, especially the technique required for identifying similarities and differences between two nouns.