Writing a Compare-and-Contrast Essay (Gr. 4)

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Students are introduced to comparing and contrasting through this writing process teaching model. It includes a sample compare-and-contrast chart, a blank compare-and-contrast chart, and four stages of revision to a sample compare-and-contrast essay.
Students will write your title, introductory sentence, topic sentences, and conclusion sentence as part of this activity. It is appropriate for use in Grade 4 Language Arts and Writing classes, but could be used for differentiated instruction in Grades 3 and 5.

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