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Making Comparisons!. By Miss Kornblum. Comparisons. Today we are going to learn about making comparisons. How things are alike and how they are different. By the end of the lesson we will be able to make comparisons on our own.

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Making comparisons

Making Comparisons!

By

Miss Kornblum


Comparisons
Comparisons

  • Today we are going to learn about making comparisons.

    • How things are alike and how they are different.

  • By the end of the lesson we will be able to make comparisons on our own.


Let s start by comparing two dogs how are these dogs alike and how are they different
Let’s start by comparing two dogs. How are these dogs alike and how are they different?

  • Basset Hound

  • German Shepherd


How are they alike
How are they alike? alike and how are they different?

Basset HoundGerman Shepherd

Dogs

Pets

Black Noses


How are they different

Basset Hound alike and how are they different?

white, black, brown

mouth closed

ears down

long ears

tail up

German Shepherd

black, brown

mouth open

ears up

short ears

tail down

How are they different?



Venn diagram
Venn Diagram diagram.

  • A Venn diagram is made up of two circles overlapping each other.

  • Each circle is labeled for the items that you are comparing. In these circles you write what makes that item different and special.

  • In the middle you write the ways in which the items are the same.


Now let s try making comparisons together using the book

Now let’s try making comparisons together using the book, diagram.

“Cinder Edna”

by

Ellen Jackson and Kevin O’Malley


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