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Introducing Compare and Contrast in First Grade. Teacher Page. Content: Reading Comprehension Grade level: 1 st Grade Creator: Marge Humphrey Curriculum Objective:I-B (Read to construct meaning from print.) MAP Goal 1.5; CA2, CA3

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Introducing compare and contrast in first grade

Introducing Compare and Contrastin First Grade


Teacher page
Teacher Page

  • Content: Reading Comprehension

  • Grade level: 1st Grade

  • Creator: Marge Humphrey

  • Curriculum Objective:I-B (Read to construct meaning from print.)

  • MAP Goal 1.5; CA2, CA3

  • (Could be used very effectively with Scholastic’s Book 3, “EEK! There’s a Mouse” story)

MAP TAP 2003-04


Comparing: Tell how two things are the same.

How are these two objects the same?

MAP TAP 2003-04


Did you say:

  • They are worn on your feet.

  • They keep your feet dry, warm, protected.

  • Both cover the toes.

  • Did you think of more?

MAP TAP 2003-04


Contrasting: Tell how things are different.

How are these dogs different?

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Did you say?

  • One is short. One is tall.

  • One has long fur and one has short fur.

What else?

MAP TAP 2003-04


Let’s practice comparing:

Which of these are true?

  • They can sing.

  • They can fly.

  • They can swim.

MAP TAP 2003-04


Let’s practice comparing:

Which of these are true?

  • They can walk.

  • They are fruit.

  • You can eat them.

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Let’s practice contrasting:

Which one does not belong?

Which one is different?

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Let’s practice contrasting:

Which one does not belong?

Which one is different?

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Let’s compare and contrast:

Discuss ways that the mouse and the elephant are alike and different.

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Next we’ll put them in a Venn diagram.


Elephant

Mouse

animals

gray

long tails

In the center put the way the mouse and elephant are the same.

MAP TAP 2003-04


Elephant

Mouse

Here are some possible answers:

small

whiskers

tiny nose

animals

gray

long tails

very big

tusks

trunk

Now find some ways they are different.

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Now let’s see if you and a friend can compare and contrast thesetwo pictures.

Use the paper your teacher gives you.

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Dog these

Cow

The same

MAP TAP 2003-04


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