Compare and Contrast Worksheet – Fiction and Non-Fiction

Compare and Contrast Worksheet – Fiction and Non-Fiction

How to teach Compare and Contrast

Using this Compare and Contrast Worksheet - Fiction and Non-Fiction, students compare a non-fiction and a fiction text using the graphic organizer.

Being able to compare two people, places, things, or ideas is an important skill for your students be able to do. This graphic organizer will help organize their ideas about the similarities and differences between two texts on the same topic.

Students can fill in this graphic organizer with a examples of similarities and differences between a non-fiction and fiction text.

Other resources to use with this Compare and Contrast Worksheet - Fiction and Non-Fiction

If you are using this graphic organizer, your students are probably learning about comparing and contrasting.

Use this Compare and Contrast Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by comparing two books you have recently read or members of your class. Next, show students how they can record their ideas in a graphic organizer. Then, have students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, challenge your students to use the graphic organizer to compare and contrast two characters while reading.

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