Trying to meet CCSS ELA-Literacy.RL.5.3 by getting your students to compare the settings of multiple texts? Here is a great go-to resource that allows students to use this skill on any books they've read! Keep a stack on hand to serve as a regular option for a reading response or use as part of a mini-lesson to teach the skill. If your classroom or school uses Thinking Maps, all the better, but students of any background can be quickly introduced to the concept of the Double Bubble map in order to compare and contrast two settings. Students can contrast the setting of the class read-aloud to their own silent reading selection, compare two settings within one book, or work with a group to compare settings in two books that the whole class has read. This resource is flexible and user-friendly!