Each part of the introduction, body paragraph, and conclusion is represented.
After completing this worksheet, students will be prepared write the rough draft and begin refining the language. This is a Venn diagram comparison organizer for a story character and a student.
A written discussion of both the similarities and differences between people, objects, or ideas.
This type of essay shows how things are alike in some ways (compare) as well as how they are different in other ways (contrast). Determining Subjects Worthy of Comparison While it is theoretically possible to compare any two people, places, events, ideas, etc., it would not make sense to compare Mark Twain with a wind turbine.
Each part of the introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion is represented.
After completing this worksheet, students will be prepared write the rough draft and begin refining the language. This outline provides a framework for the 3-paragraph essay.
On the left side, write characteristics for the main character in the story.
On the right side, writes characteristics for the student. This outline provides a framework for the 5-paragraph essay.
Use this printable writing packet to teach your students how to write a compare/contrast essay.
A model graphic organizer, a blank graphic organizer, and a revising checklist are provided.