Compare and Contrast for Comprehension

Compare and Contrast for Comprehension

Compare and Contrast for Comprehension By: Wende Pokrandt & Rita Heywood Rationale: We want the students to be able to tell each other the things that are

the same and the things that a different in The Hat and The Mitten. (Compare and contrast) Objectives: Students will be able to: Contrast

The Hat and The Mitten Compare The Hat and The Mitten Materials: Books,

The Hat and The Mitten by Jan Brett Large piece of butcher paper Markers Procedure:

Read The Hat by Jan Brett to the students. Discuss The Hat with the students.

Read The Mitten by Jan Brett to the students. Discuss The Mitten with the students.

Assessment: Use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast The Hat and The Mitten. Venn Diagram

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