One of the things that bothers me most when I am teaching writing from a text book is the example paragraphs. Usually there are not many examples, so I have to reuse the same pages from the book multiple times, leading to student boredom. Also, I find that books' example paragraphs are written to exemplify a single concept. That means that if a paragraph is intended to show the use a particular verb tense you shouldn't count on it to also contain good examples of a topic sentence, supporting ideas, etc.
These materials are designed to give you some extra examples and some additional support in teaching compare and contrast paragraphs. Included are: an organizational chart, two types of outlines (point-by-point and block), and examples of finished paragraphs that use ideas from the chart and outline.