Video: Student Conversation - Section 2: Left Holding the Bag: Comparing and Contrasting

 
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It's In the Bag: More Comparing and Contrasting

Unit 8: Beyond the Venn Diagram: Learning to Write A Compare and Contrast Paragraph
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT compose a compare and contrast paragraph with both a topic and concluding sentence.

Big Idea: Students need to move beyond the Venn diagram tool to be able to compare and contrast objects.

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English / Language Arts, topic sentence, Writing, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), concluding sentence, compare and contrast, interactive student notebok
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