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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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Compare and Contrast Worksheet (Flocabulary)

Complete this worksheet (and add a voice recording explaining what you have written) "Comparing and contrasting is a key skill that helps students analyze and make connections between topics and deepen their understanding. Have students compare and contrast story elements like plot and theme, historical time periods, scientific theories and literary genres that they learn about in Flocabulary videos with this Venn diagram. You can also have students compare and contrast the experience of learning about a topic through video or another medium to the experience of learning about it through text." https://www.flocabulary.com/graphic-organizers/

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Writing, Science
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