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Compare and Contrast - CCSS RL.4.3, RL.4.6, RL.4.9, RI.4.3, RI.4.6, RI.4.9


Links verified on 03/17/2021

1. Compare and Contrasst Characters.

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Distinguish characters' point of view. SEE MORE
 
2. Compare and Contrast Activities.

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The compare and contrast links provide free ideas, activities, and printables you can use when teaching text features to your elementary students. The activities included will work best for 3rd grade and 4th grade, although many of these ideas could be adapted to reach younger or older students. SEE MORE
 
3. Compare and Contrast Hangman.

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Compare (alike) and contrast (different) pertain to a written exercise about the similarities and differences between two or more people, places, or things. For example: clock/watch are alike because they tell time. clock/watch are different because one is small and the other is big. Guess the letters in a hidden word or phrase.  SEE MORE
 
4. Compare and Contrast In Information Texts.

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Use the text given to compare and contrast. SEE MORE
 
5. Compare and Contrast Pop-ups.

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Compare and Contrast: Read the stories and answer the questions that follow. Choose the correct answer from a list of choices. SEE MORE
 
6. Compare and Contrast Rags to Riches.

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Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune. SEE MORE
 
7. Compare and Contrast Story Elements.

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YouTube video about compare and contrast, comparing story elements. SEE MORE
 
8. Compare and Contrast WebQuest.

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Mother Goose has been told that all of her fairy tales and rhymes are too old. She is looking for boys and girls to help her rewrite a few of her old stories into newer or modern ones. SEE MORE
 
9. Compare Information.

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Read the text, select the two details that are included in the text. Then compare the details that were included in both texts. SEE MORE
 
10. Exploring Compare and Contrast Structure in Expository Texts.

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"This lesson focuses on identifying and analyzing the compare and contrast text structure within expository texts. First, students are introduced to the terms compare and contrast and asked to find similarities and differences between two common items. Next, students work in small groups to identify texts that are comparing and contrasting information. Students are then introduced to the Venn diagram as a tool that demonstrates similarities and differences and aids in learning new material." SEE MORE
 
11. Pegasus Versus Unicorn - Compare and Contrast Reading Comprehension.

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This resource includes two passages and four multiple choice questions. It gives immediate feedback.  SEE MORE
 
12. Room Recess - Compare & Contrast.

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Free eLearning Video for Kids. Two worksheets are available to practice the skill after the video.  SEE MORE
 

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