-This activity will help students to better differentiate between these 3 types of comparisons, which are often confused with one another, in a critical and memorable way
-You can make this a quick activity or go very deep with it, really diving into the method for breaking the comparisons down and effectively analyzing them
-Included is a detailed answer key that will walk you through a variety of strategies for guiding students through the lesson with rigor, which will engage the students in higher order thinking
-Although the activity challenges students to think deeply about these concepts, they really enjoy figuring them out! The activity was designed to be more like a riddle, than a simple lesson in identification, and it demands a deeper understanding of the concepts.
-This activity can serve as a formative assessment