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BILAL RAZA
NOMAN KAMRAN SHAH MUHAMMAD FAISAL AHSAN NISAR

Compare and Contrast


Same and Different

Compare

compare means similarities

Compare means: Examine and note the similarities or differences of for example: We compared notes after we had both seen the movie.

Oranges and Bananas

You eat both of them. They are both fruits. You have to peel both of them.

Contrast

contrast means differences

Contrast means: Put in opposition to show or emphasize differences for example: The middle school teacher contrasted her best student's work with that of her weakest student.

Oranges and Bananas

Oranges are orange.

Bananas are yellow.

Oranges are round.


Oranges have seeds.

Bananas are long.


Bananas dont have seeds.

Why do we compare and contrast ?


To evaluate two or more things To find out which is better Make comparisons to our own lives Look for similar themes

Understand differences and similarities that lead to self understanding, tolerance, acceptance
Learn about other perspectives

Double Bubble Maps


It is a great way to organize your thoughts when you are comparing and contrasting two things. In the middle you put how the two objects are alike. On the sides you put how the objects are different.

What features can we use to compare and contrast between orange and banana???

Organizing Your Bubble Map


fruit can eat it have to peel it

have seeds

yellow

orange
round

long
doesnt have seeds

Why compare and contrast is important??

Two Ways to Write a Compare and Contrast Essay


Point byPoint Method

Block Method

Compare and contrast between cell and regular phone by using block method

Block method
Introduction
II. First item A. First point about this item B. Second point about this item C. Third point about this item

Block method
III. Second item A. First point about this item B. Second point about this item C. Third point about this item
Conclusion

The next step is point method


Point by- Point Method

Point by- Point Method


Introduction
II. First point A. Explanation of how this point relates to the first item B. Explanation of how this point relates to the second item

Point by- Point Method


III. Second point A. Explanation of how this point relates to the first item B. Explanation of how this point relates to the second item Conclusion

Signals words used for comparing


also too as as well as both in the same manner in the same way

Signals words used for comparing


like likewise most important same similar similarly the same as

Signals words used for contrast


although but differ even though however in contrast instead

Signals words used for contrast


on the other hand on the contrary nevertheless unless unlike while yet

Review
Compare = same Contrast = different Organize ideas using a double bubble map

Block method
Point by point method Signal words for compare and contrast