Comparing Expository Texts Worksheet

Comparing Expository Texts Worksheet

How to teach Compare and Contrast

Using Comparing Expository Texts Worksheet, students compare story elements in two different stories about the same topic to determine how they are alike and different.

By comparing and contrasting two text, students will learn how to identify different reasons to read. This worksheet will help your students organize their ideas as they read texts on the same topic.

Students read two different stories about the same topic. Then, complete the chart to identify things about the stories that are similar.

 

Other resources to use with this Comparing Expository Texts Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about compare and contrast.

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

Introduce this worksheet by writing a showing a picture of two kids. Next, students share ideas how the kids are the same and different. Then, students read independently or with a partner using the graphic organizer. Finally, students share what they have read about. Once finished, students write more in order to compare and contrast the two books.

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