COMPARING AND CONTRASTING FORM
Directions: While reading about
the two subjects to be compared and contrasted,
think about the relationship between two or more
facts about each item (make notes while you read
Write in your own words your
description of the comparison or contrast. Use
both of your source articles to get these from
(one from each).
You may add an
additional page(s) if needed
Write the Article Title and Source above each
title in the cells provided with the table.
Article 1 facts
Article 2 facts
How are the facts from each
article similar, connected or related? How are
they alike, whether in terms of life events,
career events, and personality? How are the two
alike (generalized statement from reading).
How: How do the facts from each article contrast
(opposite or un-like)? How are they different,
whether in terms of life events, career events,
and personality? How are the two different
(generalized statement from reading).
The Two Texts Together:
How does reading the two
articles, together, make you see or understand
things you might not if you read them
separately? If the creators or subjects of these
texts were to have a conversation, what is one
thing they might say to each other?
Questions and Reactions:
What questions do these articles
and their description raise for you? What
reactions do you have to them, either
individually or together?