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Erin Bigler

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Compare and Contrast

First, read (or listen to each Wonderopolis article). After reading: 1. Tap add 2. Choose a creation tool (drawing note or video) to explain the similarities and differences you noticed between each article. 3. Tap check to review your work. Tap check again to add to your journal.

3rd Grade, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Estimated Time: 30 minutes. There are multiple steps involved in this activity. Students will need to read two different articles and then create a response to the articles. Guiding questions: What are the big ideas in both articles (what are they mostly about)? What makes autism and cerebral palsy different? What might you expect to see/hear someone with each disability do? Other considerations: It will be helpful to model this lesson for your students, so they understand how to navigate to each link (and return to the activity to complete the followup task).