- Understand how Compare & Contrast boosts student memory and cements content.
- Plan an effective lesson using Compare & Contrast.
- Evaluate your lesson and use your experiences to deepen your understanding of the strategy.
- Know what to look for in student work to tell how effective your use of the strategy has been.
Be sure to order enough guides to enable every teacher to engage in all the hands-on learning activities.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Why Compare & Contrast?
Section 2: Planning a Lesson
Section 3: Evaluating the Lesson
Section 4: Learning from Student Work
Appendix A: The Power of Similarities and Differences
Appendix B: What Are the Habits of Mind?
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