Anchor Charts for Reading Skills
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DEFINITIONS and ANCHOR CHARTS FOR READING SKILLS
TO COMPARE AND CONTRAST
To compare things, you look for things that are alike (the same) and different
(not alike). If you are just contrasting, you are explaining how things are
different. You compare and contrast almost every day. For example, when
you go to the cafeteria you have choices on the menu. You compare both
choices when deciding which one to eat. In fact, you probably compare and
contrast when choosing the exact chocolate chip cookie you want. Which one
is biggest? Which has the most chocolate chips?
The words alike, similar, same, such as, compare, and comparison may
indicate that the writer is comparing. The words unlike, different, different than
and difference may note a contrast.
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