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2 Pictures Graphs and Charts By Mary T. Ewald

3 Stage One Youll learn to identify the keyword vocabulary used to compare and contrast. Stage Two Youll learn to identify similar and different data as represented in graphs and charts (with keyword vocabulary.)

4 You will see some buttons or small pictures in the corners of each slide. Each one has a different purpose. Click on audio if you want to listen. The house will return back to the first slide, or title slide. The Stage One and Stage Two buttons will return to the title page of that stage. Click on the to go to the next slide. What does the button mean?

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6 Stage One after but and Click on a word box.

7 Sorry, try again. AFTER is a time order word. Lets learn about making comparisons. but and Click on a word box. Stage One

8 Stage One Sorry, try again. AFTER is a time order word. Lets learn about making comparisons. and Click on the last choice. Sorry, try again. BUT is a word that shows contrast. Lets learn about making comparisons.

9 Stage One and You are right. Now, lets learn more vocabulary for making comparisons. and You are right. Now, lets learn more vocabulary for making comparisons..

10 Stage One after and Click on a word box. Sorry, try again. BUT is a word that shows contrast. Lets learn about making comparisons.

11 Stage One

12 4 cm This shape is a triangle. This triangle is 4 cm. This shape is a triangle. This triangle is 4 cm. These shapes are triangles. These triangles are the same size. These shapes are triangles, and these triangles are the same size. Stage One

13 These shapes are triangles, and these triangles are the same size, too. TOO AND Stage One

14 Lets Meet Stage One

15 This is a rectangle. the small rectangle the large rectangle are orange. This rectangle is orange. 1 2 Both = 2 Bot h an d Stage One

16 Making comparisons Both Line A Line B Both Line A and Line B are line segments. Both Figure AFigure B Both Figure A and Figure B are light blue circles. Stage One

17 Quiz 1 HOUSE AHOUSE B True or False. Click the *. * Both House A and House B are purple. * Both House A and House B are purple. * Both House A and House B have green roofs. * Both House A and House B have green roofs.

18 Now, lets meet Stage One

19 These suns are not only purple, but also yellow. This moon is purple. This moon is gold. This moon has one color. Stage One

20 Figure A is not only a stop sign, but it is also an octagon. Object OCTAGONSTOP SIGN Stage One

21 Quiz 2 Which sentence does NOT compare the pictures? * Both the slices of pizza and the watermelon are triangles. * Both the slices of pizza and the watermelon are triangles. * First, the slice of pizza is a triangle. Next, the slice of watermelon is a triangle. * First, the slice of pizza is a triangle. Next, the slice of watermelon is a triangle. * The slice of pizza is a triangle, and the slice of the watermelon is a triangle, too. * The slice of pizza is a triangle, and the slice of the watermelon is a triangle, too. * Not only are the slices of pizza and watermelon in the shapes of triangles, but they are also food. * Not only are the slices of pizza and watermelon in the shapes of triangles, but they are also food. Click on * of your choice.

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23 Coordinating Conjunctions - our star words that Compare Oops, looks like you forgot the words.

24 and Whats New To make a contrast Coordinating Conjunctions that Compare & Contrast Lets Review * and * both…and * not only…, but also… To make a comparison * but Stage One

25 Stage One

26 Quiz 2 Fifteen people dont like chocolate ice cream, ___ forty-five people do like it. Click on your choice. and but

27 Whats next? ActivityWebsite ReadingVoicethread Cities Writing/Speakin g Create your own Voicethread about your hometown and a place youd like to visit. Use the keywords from this lesson. Voicethread Write an Send the link of the VT to your teacher. You can: 1) Do the activities in the table, or 2) Click on Stage 2.

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30 to make a comparison to make a contrast and too also both not only…, but also but Stage Two Click, and then wait until the button shows again.

31 to make a comparison to make a contrast too also both not only…, but also but Stage Two

32 to make a comparison to make a contrast also both not only…, but also but Stage Two

33 to make a comparison to make a contrast both not only…, but also but Stage Two

34 to make a comparison to make a contrast not only…, but also but Stage Two

35 to make a comparison to make a contrast but Stage Two Click, and then wait until the button shows again.

36 to make a comparison to make a contrast Stage Two

37 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally Stage Two

38 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like Stage Two

39 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like S similar (to) the same (as) Stage Two

40 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like S similar (to) the same (as) A although Stage Two

41 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like S similar (to) the same (as) A although D different (from) Stage Two

42 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like S similar (to) the same (as) A although D different (from) U unlike Stage Two

43 to make a comparison to make a contrast E equal (to) equally L (just) like S similar (to) the same (as) A although D different (from) U unlike W whereas while Stage Two

44 Now, lets compare and contrast the data in graphs. Population data Response data Categories of responses Type of respondents /groups Stage Two

45 The writer does not need to write about each and every number in the graph. Imagine the reader having to read a long list of sentences about each piece of data. Stage Two

46 15% of females said that they feel sad when people lie to them. 43% of males said that they feel sad when people lie to them. 21% in the female population dont feel anything when people lie to them. 5% of males said that they dont feel anything when people lie to them. 37% of females get upset when people lie to them. 23% of males get upset when people lie to them. 16% of males feel betrayed when people lie. 19% of females feel betrayed when people lie 11% of males had mixed answers about lying. 10% of females said other about peoples lying. No one wants to read a list like this about a graph or chart when they can see the information for themselves! Stage Two

47 But how? Just write about the similarities and differences in the data. Stage Two

48 Wouldnt there be just another long list of sentences? Good point. No more lists. Look at the graph/chart. What surprises you? What looks significant? Stage Two

49 Surprising? Significant? Why is that important? This information helps the reader understand the writers purpose or emphasis. Stage Two

50 Whats the topic of the next graph? Its about Why do People Lie? Lets take a look at the significant similarities and differences between the genders and their responses. Stage Two

51 To make a comparison Similar to female respondents, male respondents also said that they would feel betrayed if someone lied to them. To make a contrast 43% of female respondents said that they would feel sad if someone lied to them, whereas only 15% of the male respondents said that they would feel sad. Stage Two

52 The reporter wanted to contrast the feelings of guilt between males and females when they told a lie to someone. Click on the * which best supports the writers purpose. * * Unlike 64% of female respondents, only 22% of male respondents said that they would feel guilty if they lied to someone. * * Unlike 64% of female respondents, only 22% of male respondents said that they would feel guilty if they lied to someone. * * Not only do 64% of females feel guilty for lying to someone, but also 22% of males feel guilty. * * Not only do 64% of females feel guilty for lying to someone, but also 22% of males feel guilty. Quiz 1

53 You remembered the keywords.

54 Oops, looks like you forgot the keywords. To make a contrast Lets Review * but * although *different (from) *unlike *whereas *while Read the choices again.

55 Quiz 2 The reporter wanted to compare the choices of releasing stress between faculty/staff and Non- ESL Students. Click on the * of the sentence which shows a similarity between teachers and students. * Not only do students sleep when stressed, but also teachers sleep to try to relieve stress. * Not only do students sleep when stressed, but also teachers sleep to try to relieve stress. *Although teachers take medicine when they are stressed, students do not. *Although teachers take medicine when they are stressed, students do not.

56 You remembered the keywords.

57 Remember the word ALTHOUGH shows contrast.

58 Quiz 3 The reporter wanted to compare and contrast the body reactions between the different groups. Click on the * of your choice which does NOT support the writers purpose. *60% of the General Public responded that they get a stomachache when stressed. *60% of the General Public responded that they get a stomachache when stressed. *The group of Family/Friends experienced headaches equally to the group of Faculty/Staff when stressed. *The group of Family/Friends experienced headaches equally to the group of Faculty/Staff when stressed. *While Non-ESL students only get get headaches when stressed out, the other groups experienced three different body reactions. *While Non-ESL students only get get headaches when stressed out, the other groups experienced three different body reactions.

59 This choice uses one percentage of one response with one group. (60%) (stomachache) (General Public) This choice did not compare or contrast because:

60 Sorry, this choice is not the correct answer. This choice DOES compare two groups: Family/Friends to Faculty/Staff. Also, the writers purpose was to find similarities and differences between the groups. Between is a word which means there are two groups. The group of Family/Friends experienced headaches equally to the group of Faculty/Staff when stressed. Keyword Comparison Vocabulary: equally

61 Sorry, this choice is not the correct answer. This choice DOES contrast two or more groups: Non-ESL students to the other groups. (Other groups = 3 other groups) Also, the writers purpose was to find similarities and differences between the groups. Between is a word which means there are two groups. Keyword Contrast Vocabulary: while While Non-ESL students only get get headaches when stressed out, the other groups experienced three different body reactions.

62 … keyword vocabulary helps the writer choose words to show similarities/comparison or to show differences/contrast. …keyword vocabulary helps the reader to understand the writers purpose. … keyword vocabulary helps the writer choose words to show similarities/comparison or to show differences/contrast. …keyword vocabulary helps the reader to understand the writers purpose. to compare or contrast, find two pieces of information (data) * two or more groups * two or more populations * two or more numbers * two or more responses to compare or contrast, find two pieces of information (data) * two or more groups * two or more populations * two or more numbers * two or more responses The writer chooses the most significant or most surprising data to make comparisons and contrast The writer does not write long lists about each piece of data in a graph/chart. The writer chooses the most significant or most surprising data to make comparisons and contrast The writer does not write long lists about each piece of data in a graph/chart.

63 Are you ready for the next step? Whats that? Were going to * create a survey *design graphs and charts to show the data * and then compare and contrast the survey results. That sounds like a lot. How do we do that? Heres a great site on how to do researchhow to do research

64 Stage Two Stage One Compare and Contrast Learning through Pictures, Graphs and Charts by Mary T Ewald is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Mary T EwaldCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License


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