This 45 page compare and contrast resource helps you teach comparing and contrasting nonfiction texts / informational texts in a variety of different ways, not simply a Venn Diagram.
Students will have the opportunity to compare two topics in the same text, as well as to compare and contrast two texts on the same topic.
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This compare and contrast resource includes:
-2 introductory compare and contrast activities
-3 original nonfiction reading passages for students to practice comparing two topics within 1 text
-2 sets of 2 original nonfiction passages for students to compare two texts on the same topic
-follow up questions or activities for each passage to encourage students to think about comparing and contrasting in a variety of ways and to assess their compehension (including filling out comparing and contrasting charts)
-a compare and contrast scavenger hunt activity
-a compare and contrast "snowball fight" activity
The preview shows everything that is included with the resource, which is ideal for 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade (upper elementary) students. Depending on your students' abilities, you can use these comparing and contrasting nonfiction activities as independent assignments, compare and contrast homework, small group activities, whole group comparing and contrasting lessons, or for assessment.
The preview shows everything included with this compare and contrast resource!
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Kalena Baker, Teaching Made Practical