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  • Using Graphic Ogranizers to compare and contrast

    The skill of being able to compare and contrast effectively is extremely important throughout subjects: Literature, Science and Social Studies. Comparing and contrasting is necessary for interaction with the environment. Finding differences and/or similarities helps students organize both new and known information. Students need to be able to note differences and similarities between or among objects, ideas, entities, concepts, events, etc..

    This resource includes: 2 posters, an introduction to a Venn diagram and 25 student activity pages. Once you use this resource with your students, they will have mastered the ability to compare and contrast!

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    A graphic organizer, also known as knowledge map, concept map, story map, cognitive organizer, advance organizer, or concept diagram, is a communication tool that uses visual symbols to express knowledge, concepts, thoughts, or ideas, and the relationships between them. This resource gives you 80 different graphic organizers and can be used across the curriculum!

    Here is a comment from a customer…
    Karen E. said: “OK, at first I thought “Really? I’m going to pay for graphic organizers that I can probably find for free with some searching, etc?” Well, now I am so glad that I did. So good to have organizers available quickly BUT also several of them have variations which is helpful for “seeing” how to use them in my content area. Good value.

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