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Literature examples of Comparison think-sheets
Story TitleAuthor Event Synectics © 2003 Edwin Ellis Graphicorganizers.com Name: An event that happened in the storyIs similar to this real-life event …Because … Another event that happened in the storyIs similar to this real-life event …Because …
Experience Synectics © 2003 Edwin Ellis Graphicorganizers.com Name: Story TitleAuthor Something that happened in the storyIs similar to this real-life experience …Because … Something that happened in the storyIs similar to this real-life experience …Because …
In these ways … Characters Synectics © 2003 Edwin Ellis Graphicorganizers.com Name: Character from the story Is like (not like) this real-life person Possible ways to consider how they are alike or not alike … Appearance What they like (or don’t like)How they treat others Problems or challenges they face Cultural backgroundGood/bad experiences How others treat themHow they actHow they live You may address some of the ways listed above or think of other ways they are alike or not alike … Story TitleAuthor
Real-life Synectic (simple) © 2003 Edwin Ellis Graphicorganizers.com Name: An event from the story Is like (not like) this real-life event or experience In these ways … Story TitleAuthor
Story Title Character Synectics © 2003 Edwin Ellis Graphicorganizers.com Name: Character from the story Is like (not like) this real-life person In these ways … Possible ways to consider how they are alike or not alike … Appearance What they like (or don’t like) How they treat othersCultural background How others treat themHow they act Good/bad experiencesHow they live Problems or challenges they face You may address some of the ways listed above or think of other ways they are alike or not alike … Author
© 2002 Edwin S. Ellis graphicorganizers.com Team-topic reading The following is a compare/contrast frame use during a 6th grade social studies class. The class was divided into groups of 4 students each. Although everyone read the same passage, each group was assigned a different topic (or main idea) about which to find essential information from that passage. Later, each group shared results with the class as the teacher modeled note taking
Steps to making a sweet- tasting dessert Mind map Synectic: Photosynthesis Steps to making plant food Chemical energy Plain cupcake Add carbon dioxide.
Compare and Contrast 4 th Grade4 th Grade. Common Core Standards RL.4.6 – Compare and contrast the treatment of similar themes, topics and patterns of.
Event Character Inference 1Character Inference 2Character Inference 3 Inference Strategies Event Inference 1Event Inference 2Event Inference 3 Character.
Characters People or animals in a story. Setting Tells where and when the story takes place.
COMPREHENSION SKILLS. MAIN IDEA The main idea is the most important idea of the passage as a whole. It is what the passage or story is mostly about.
Compare & Contrast Adventures and experiences of characters in familiar stories (with prompting) K Compare & Contrast Two or more versions of the same.
Five expository text structures
Compare and Comprehension Skill First Grade Unit 2 Week 6 Created by Kristi Waltke.
Alike or Different Tales Compare and Contrast Primary Reading CCSS: K/1.RL.9 Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in familiar.
Date: Wednesday, November 11 th 2015 Topic: Yonder Mountain (Part I & II) Objective: To analyze the reading. CLASS # 8 – U2.
CHARACTER, SETTING, PLOT Characters: people or animals that appear in the story Setting: time and place in which the story happens Plot: action or events.
Short Story Unit Created by Dena Reeve. CSUS NATIONAL BOARD UNIT PLANNING TEMPLATE Title: Short Story Unit Teacher(s): Dena ReeveGrade(s): 10 th grade.
Theme A theme of a literary text is its central message or lesson.
ELA- Module D Juley Harper, ELA Education Associate Next Steps in Teaching and Learning in ELA 1.
Literature Elements. What is the definition of tone? A) Message about human life or nature B) Feeling a literary work conveys C) Descriptive language.
Hexagonal Writing Understanding how to write a literary analysis an easy way!
Fig. 19F-Making Connections and Intertextual Links Created by N. Guerra Making Connections Within and Across Texts.
Writing a Comparison- Contrast Essay Discussing similarities (comparisons) and differences (contrasts).
Prewriting. This is a prewriting strategy will take students through three levels of scaffolding. This strategy addresses: analyzing information.
A storyboard is a blueprint for your power point presentation It will help you organize your presentation and allow you to brainstorm what you want.
(Put the titles of both stories and their authors here) A Fairy Tale, Folk Tale, or Legend Comparing and Contrasting Project By (put both of your names.
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Respond to Literature, Respond to Life: A Unit Plan 6 th grade Language Arts Mrs. Reyes-Guieb.
Please use these strategies!!!. What are some problems people face when reading? What are some things they can do to fix these problems?
Your name: Title: Author : Genre: Change Over Time What message do you think the author wanted the reader to learn from reading this story? Details about.
Realistic Fiction Critical Thinking Questions. Day 1 In a paragraph, give examples of what makes your book a realistic fiction. Be sure to explain why.
Instructions Examples Grading Rubric
Finding the Main Idea Try looking in the first sentence or the last sentence of a paragraph. If the main idea is not specifically stated, ask yourself,
Miss Gruell ELA B10 February Introduction Name the author and the book’s title. Briefly describe the book’s theme(s) and other critical elements.
Methods of Development
Introduction Name the author and the book’s title. In general terms, briefly describe the book’s themes and other critical elements. Suggest what you.
Dr. Kimbell-Lopez EDCI 424 Materials and Methods for Teaching Reading
Using patterns to determine the main point the author is trying to convey.
Book Club Procedures Form groups of 3-5 students. Choose a book to read as a group. Divide the book into three sections to guide your discussion. Assign.
Summary A short retelling of the main details of a longer piece of writing. For a short story, a summary should include: A topic sentence that gives the.
Making Connections Good readers make connections that are: Text to selfText to textText to world.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt T ER MS.
Chapter 1 Characteristics of Good Writing Grade 8 Common Core Writing Companion © Perfection Learning ® Reproduction permitted for classroom use only.
+ Text Structures 8 th Grade ELA RI 8.5 and RL 8.5.
To compare and means to tell ways in which things are alike and different.
Text Structures. Text Structure: Description Definition: Author explains a topic idea, person, place or thing by listing characteristics, features, and.
TEXT CONNECTIONS A good way to extend your ideas in writing.
Kansas State Reading Assessment. Clues given in a passage as to the meaning of the word.
Kate Bowski Common Core EditionWhole Brain Teaching WholeBrainTeaching.com.
Cause and Effect Gives reasons for why or how something happens Problem and Solution Identifies a problem and offers solutions Question and Answer Poses.
The Compare/Contrast Essay
Common Core Comparison-Multiple Match
In several different ways. Knowing the text structure (or the way something was written) will help you to read it. Each structure has KEY words, or clue.
The way an author organizes a text.. The author explains things in the order they happened. Actress and singer Miley Cyrus was born in She became.
Compare/Contrast Essay. Comparison or Contrast Essay: is an essay in which you either compare (show similarities) something or contrast (show differences)
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