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Comparing and Contrasting. Practical Applications for comparing and contrasting -Which phone do I want to purchase? -Which advertising firm should my company hire? -Which type of tree should I plant in my yard? (This could go on and on, right?). Old School Comparing and Contrasting.

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Practical Applications for comparing and contrasting

-Which phone do I want to purchase?

-Which advertising firm should my company hire?

-Which type of tree should I plant in my yard?

(This could go on and on, right?)

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Cue words for comparison

is similar to

both

also

too

as well

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Cue words for contrast

the other hand

however

but

in contrast

differs from

while

unlike

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The Goal of Comparing and Contrasting?

The goal is to draw conclusions based on those similarities and/or differences.

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Format Option #1

Trait-by-Trait

Introduction

I. Trait A

A. Subject #1

B. Subject #2

II. Trait B

A. Subject #1

B. Subject #2

III. Trait C

A. Subject #1

B. Subject #2

Conclusion

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Format Option #1

Subject-by-Subject

Introduction

I. Subject #1

A. Trait A

B. Trait B

C. Trait C

II. Subject #2

A. Trait A

B. Trait B

C. Trait C

Conclusion

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