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8th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Compare and Contrast - CCSS RL.8.5

Links verified on 02/27/2017

1. Compare/ Contrast, Part 2.

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Instructor uses a whiteboard to demonstrate compare and contrast techniques using retail pizza chains as an example. For middle school students and older SEE MORE
 
2. Aesop's Fables.

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Two versions of each story to compare and contrast. SEE MORE
 
3. Compare and Contrast.

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"Select two works of art from a list of 26. Then click the "Begin Essay" button in the selection box that displays your selections to write your own short essay comparing the works of art. This is a display from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts." SEE MORE
 
4. Compare or Contrast?

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Which is it? Read the sentence and decide whether you are comparing or contrasting. SEE MORE
 
5. Comparing and Contrasting.

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Modifying comparatives. Use the information provided and drag the words to make a comparative sentence SEE MORE
 
6. Connections Between Texts - Maya Lin and Jane Jacobs.

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"Students watch two video segments about two women who have influenced architecture and the physical look of a city. After a class discussion, students will write and perform a Readers' Theater script in which Jacobs and Lin talk to each other about their ideas about architecture and life." SEE MORE
 
7. Grade 8 Compare and Contrast.

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You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Grade 8 Compare and Contrast questions if you sign in. Or use site as a whole class activity and answer questions together. SEE MORE
 
8. Practice with Comparison and Contrast.

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Lab activity to find and organize similarities and differences. SEE MORE
 
9. Same or Different: Comparison and Contrast.

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Read the passage and answer the question. Be sure to pay attention to the key word in the question to determine if you are comparing or contrasting.  SEE MORE
 

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