After the word analyze, did you know the most single referenced cognitive thought process emphasized throughout the Common Core Reading Standards is "compare." Using this set of organizers (appropriate for all grades...I have personally used them in both primary and high school with no problem!), you can promote higher level thinking skills, develop background knowledge, and teach your students how to structure a comparative analysis.
This set of PDF form documents can be used to support a more than an week of instruction as well as teach students about referencing evidence and comparing and contrasting (Common Core Reading Anchor Standards #1 and #9). The first set of organizers asks students to go beyond the K-W-L and identify where informational text supports what they know, clarifies or corrects their thinking, and adds to their knowledge base. The second set builds on the first by promoting reading as analytic thinking through comparison.
Use them on a SMART Board and complete the organizers in the "I do" and "We do" stages of instruction. Print them for the students in the "You do" stage of independent work.