Essay Mode 5:  Compare & Contrast<br />Danielle<br />Assia<br />Alec<br />Langston<br />
Comparison & Contrast<br />“The function of the comparison and contrast essay is to clarify and explain”<br />	- PDF File ...
Compare<br />Explore the similarities and differences among various items.<br />Ex:  Alec vs. Langston<br />beard vs. no ...
Contrast<br />To itemize important differences .<br />Ex:  Alec vs. Langston<br />physical maturity<br /><ul><li>Skin color
Personal style</li></li></ul><li>Two Types<br />Point-by-Point<br />Subject-by-Subject<br />
Point-by-Point<br />
Point-by-Point<br />Pampers on the babies are specific details on the babies that can be compared<br />More specific, and ...
Subject-by-Subject<br />
Subject-by-Subject<br />Both photos are of babies, nothing on them is being analyzed.  The only obvious thing to compare (...
Ex. Point-by-Point Outline<br />Intro<br /> Thesis:  Given these different plateaus of individuality Alec and Langston ex...
Ex. of Subject-by-Subject Outline<br />Intro<br /> Thesis:  Although Langston and Alec have similarities, they differ in ...
What is Pan-Africanism?<br />
Pan-Africanism<br /> = the idea or advocacy of a political alliance or union of all the African nations. <br />
Pan-Africanism<br />By:  KwameTure<br />Page 77<br />
Do you agree with the author?<br />
Are the different ethnic names necessary or should “African” sufice?<br />
European-imposed divisions on blacks in Africa, U.S., and the Caribbean<br />Geographical<br />Politcal<br />Economical<br...
Europeans wanted the wealth of Africa, so they created these cultural divisions<br />Giving blacks different names such as...
Europeans gave us different names so Africans couldn’t associate with each other and there would be differences<br />END ...
How is Comparison & Contrast?<br />Thesis:  Whether we want it or not, there are divisions among black Africans living in ...
How is Comparison & Contrast?<br />Comparing and contrasting Africans in the U.S. to those in the Caribbean, and Africa…<b...
Which type was used ?<br />
Point-by-Point <br />
KwameTure<br />
KwameTure<br />Aka StokelyCormichael<br />1941 – 1998<br />Trinidadian-American<br />Civil Rights Activist in the 60’s<br ...
KwameTure<br />Aka StokelyCormichael<br />N.A.G. was here at Howard<br />He was awarded an honorary Ph.D from Howard<br />...
Bibliography<br />http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Pan-Africanism<br />http://farm1.static.flickr.com/110/298109655_...
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  1. 1. Essay Mode 5: Compare & Contrast<br />Danielle<br />Assia<br />Alec<br />Langston<br />
  2. 2. Comparison & Contrast<br />“The function of the comparison and contrast essay is to clarify and explain”<br /> - PDF File found online <br /> - Module 5: Comparison & Contrast Essay<br />Comparison points out two or more nouns that are alike.<br />Contrast points out how they differ.<br />
  3. 3. Compare<br />Explore the similarities and differences among various items.<br />Ex: Alec vs. Langston<br />beard vs. no facial hair<br />light-skin vs. dark-skin<br />pierced-ears vs. no pierced ears<br />
  4. 4. Contrast<br />To itemize important differences .<br />Ex: Alec vs. Langston<br />physical maturity<br /><ul><li>Skin color
  5. 5. Personal style</li></li></ul><li>Two Types<br />Point-by-Point<br />Subject-by-Subject<br />
  6. 6. Point-by-Point<br />
  7. 7. Point-by-Point<br />Pampers on the babies are specific details on the babies that can be compared<br />More specific, and narrow<br />Assia<br />
  8. 8. Subject-by-Subject<br />
  9. 9. Subject-by-Subject<br />Both photos are of babies, nothing on them is being analyzed. The only obvious thing to compare (and contrast) is that one is a CARTOON and the other is REAL<br />Used to contrast two different topics<br />Broader way of comparing and contrasting<br />Assia<br />
  10. 10. Ex. Point-by-Point Outline<br />Intro<br /> Thesis: Given these different plateaus of individuality Alec and Langston exhibit different qualities on the basis of skin color, fashion, and facial hair.<br />Skin Color<br />A. Alec – Light<br />B. Langston - Dark<br />Fashion<br /> A. Alec – piercings, tattoos<br />B. Langston - none<br />Facial Hair<br /> A. Alec – mustache, beard, sideburns, go-tee,etc<br /> B. Langston – none<br />Conclusion <br />
  11. 11. Ex. of Subject-by-Subject Outline<br />Intro<br /> Thesis: Although Langston and Alec have similarities, they differ in many ways.<br />Alec<br /> A. Facial Hair - all<br /> B. Fashion – pierced, tattoos<br />C. Skin color - light<br />Langston<br /> A. Facial Hair - none<br /> B. Fashion – no piercings, no tattoos<br />C. Skin Color - dark<br />Conclusion<br />
  12. 12. What is Pan-Africanism?<br />
  13. 13. Pan-Africanism<br /> = the idea or advocacy of a political alliance or union of all the African nations. <br />
  14. 14. Pan-Africanism<br />By: KwameTure<br />Page 77<br />
  15. 15. Do you agree with the author?<br />
  16. 16. Are the different ethnic names necessary or should “African” sufice?<br />
  17. 17. European-imposed divisions on blacks in Africa, U.S., and the Caribbean<br />Geographical<br />Politcal<br />Economical<br />Europeans wanted the wealth of Africa, so they created these cultural divisions<br />Danielle<br />
  18. 18. Europeans wanted the wealth of Africa, so they created these cultural divisions<br />Giving blacks different names such as African-American or Caribbean etc. Japanese, Chinese, Filipinos, Indians, and East Indians are named purely by their ethnicities….<br />“if you’re in San Francisco, for example, and you see a Japanese or a Chinese walking down the street you do not say that there goes an American-Japanese or a Japanese-American. You say simply there goes a Japanese – (period).” (77)<br />Danielle<br />
  19. 19. Europeans gave us different names so Africans couldn’t associate with each other and there would be differences<br />END  we should all just call each other African<br />Danielle<br />
  20. 20. How is Comparison & Contrast?<br />Thesis: Whether we want it or not, there are divisions among black Africans living in the United States, the Caribbean and on the African continent, divisions which have been imposed on us by Europeans. <br />Langston<br />
  21. 21. How is Comparison & Contrast?<br />Comparing and contrasting Africans in the U.S. to those in the Caribbean, and Africa…<br />Langston<br />
  22. 22. Which type was used ?<br />
  23. 23. Point-by-Point <br />
  24. 24. KwameTure<br />
  25. 25. KwameTure<br />Aka StokelyCormichael<br />1941 – 1998<br />Trinidadian-American<br />Civil Rights Activist in the 60’s<br />Leader of S.N.C.C.  S.N.I.C.K.<br />Coined “Black Power”<br />Alec<br />
  26. 26. KwameTure<br />Aka StokelyCormichael<br />N.A.G. was here at Howard<br />He was awarded an honorary Ph.D from Howard<br />Prostate cancer <br />Alec<br />
  27. 27. Bibliography<br />http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Pan-Africanism<br />http://farm1.static.flickr.com/110/298109655_ec0c865a8a.jpg<br />

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