Book Vs Movie Compare and Contrast Activity


How to teach Compare and Contrast

Using Book Vs Movie Compare and Contrast Activity, students make connections between the text of a story or drama and a visual or oral presentation of the text.

Making connections as they read will help your students understand what they are reading better. This activity guides your students through making connections as they read and watch two versions of the same story.

Students will read a book and then watch the movie version of the book. Then, student fill in the graphic organizer with similarities and differences.

Other resources to use with this Book Vs Movie Activity

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

Use this How are They the Same Compare and Contrast Story Elements Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by showing reading the passage on this Using Your Five Senses Worksheet. Next, watch Senses Song. Once finished watching, students share similarities and differences between the two versions. Then, students use graphic organizer to compare and contrast book and movie versions of the same story. Finally, students share what they have found to be similar and different in the stories. Students can use the graphic organizers to write a full paragraph or essay to share complete thoughts.

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