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Compare and Contrast for Comprehension By: Wende Pokrandt & Rita Heywood
Rationale: We want the students to be able to tell each other the things that are the same and the things that a different in The Hat and The Mitten. (Compare and contrast)
Objectives: Students will be able to: R Contrast The Hat and The Mitten R Compare The Hat and The Mitten
Materials: R Books, The Hat and The Mitten by Jan Brett R Large piece of butcher paper R Markers
Procedure: R Read The Hat by Jan Brett to the students. R Discuss The Hat with the students. R Read The Mitten by Jan Brett to the students. R Discuss The Mitten with the students.
Assessment: Use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast The Hat and The Mitten.
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