RI.5.9 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson


How to teach Comparing

Using RI.5.9 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson, students use the graphic organizer to record what you read in multiple texts.

Comparing two texts will help your students as they gather information about a topic. This lesson gives your students practice when reading two texts in order to look for commonalities.

This RI.5.9 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson includes RI.5.9 Worksheets, RI.5.9 Activities, RI.5.9 Assessment, and RI.5.9 Poster. Each Common Core Lessonsincludes Common Core Worksheets, Activities, Assessment, and Poster that you can usefor teaching and assessing the standard.

Other resources to use with this RI.5.9 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson

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

Use this Comparing Three Texts Graphic Organizer Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this lesson by showing your students two pictures about the same topics (two trees, two apples, etc.). Next, ask students what you can learn from the pictures. Then, students read two texts on the same topic and use the graphic organizer to record similarities. Finally, students share similarities of the two texts.

Be sure to check out more Compare and Contrast Activities and the entire entireFourth Grade Common Core Workbook.

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