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Please log in like this your first name last initial and your cava teacher s name for example

Please have paper and a pencil ready.

Please log in like this:

Your first name_ last initial_ and your CAVA teacher’s name

For example,

Catherine_ P_Ms. Warren

If you didn’t log in that way, please log out and log in again with the format above.

Complete Audio Setup

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Welcome to

Mrs. Fisher’s E-Class

Lesson 2

Building

Comprehension

2.0 Reading Comprehension: Students read and understand grade-level-appropriate material. They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed (e.g., generating and responding to essential questions, making predictions, comparing information from several sources).


Please log in like this your first name last initial and your cava teacher s name for example

Standard: 2.5 Compare and contrast information on the same topic after reading several passages or articles.

Objective: Today we will learn to compare and contrast information in expository text.


What does it mean to compare and contrast

What does it mean to compare and contrast?

When you compare and contrast, think about what things are the same about your topic and what things are different.

We call these similarities and differences.


Compare contrast read a passage

Compare/Contrast: Read a passage

Ostriches are the biggest birds in the entire world. Adult males are about eight feet tall. They have really long and skinny necks. Their necks alone are three feet long! Not only are these birds tall, they are also very heavy. Males can weigh nearly 300 pounds! Females, or hens, are usually smaller.

Puffins are small sea birds. Like penguins, they wear colors of black and white. Puffins are much smaller than penguins. They are about the size of a pigeon. They have large beaks. In fall and winter, the beak and feet are drab gray. In the spring, their beaks and feet become brightly colored.


Compare contrast use a venn diagram

Compare/Contrast: Use a Venn diagram


Compare contrast using a column chart t chart

Compare/Contrast: Using a column chart (T-chart)


Time to go to your own screen

Time to go to your own screen

For the next activity, you will go to your own screen. Read the short passage about two animals of your choice. Then fill in your T-chart noting similarities and differences.

When you finish, you can send me a message in the chat and we can go over your ideas together.


Your own screen

Your own screen

1. Go to National Geographic for Kids

Kids' Games, Animals, Photos, Stories, and More – National Geographic Kids

2. Choose animals, the choose two animals to compare and contrast.

3. Fill in the T-chart on the next page.


Compare contrast using a column chart t chart1

Compare/Contrast: Using a column chart (T-chart)


Thank you for your hard work

Thank you for your hard work!

“See” you next time!


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