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Unit iii comparison and contrast

  1. 1. UNIT III<br />COMPARISON AND CONTRAST<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  2. 2.   Universidad de OrienteNúcleo de MonagasDepartamento Socio- HumanísticoSección de Inglés.Maturín<br />INGLÉS II PARA CIENCIAS ADMINISTRATIVAS<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  3. 3. Laconductadelsabioescomoelagua:carecede<br />sabor,peroatodoscomplace;carecedecolor,pero<br />esbellaycautivadora;carecedeforma,peroseadapta<br />consencillezyordenalasmásvariadasfiguras.<br />Confucio <br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  4. 4. UNIT III<br />A través de la aplicación de estrategias de <br />lectura que incluyan las etapas de pre-lectura, lectura y post-lectura, se debe orientar el proceso de comprensión <br />hacia el análisis y evaluación de textos Expositivos-Descriptivos: <br />COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE.<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  5. 5. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />Desarrollar competencia para:<br />Identificar las características <br />fundamentales del texto de comparación <br />y contraste.<br />OBJETIVOS ESPECÍFICOS<br />Reconocer los indicadores del texto <br />de comparación y contraste.<br />Reconocer las diferencias entre una <br />comparación y un contraste.<br />
  6. 6. COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />Desarrollar competencias para:<br /><ul><li>Indicar la organización de las ideas en</li></ul>un texto de comparación y contraste.<br />OBJETIVOS ESPECÍFICOS<br />Elaborar mapas semánticos a partir de un<br />texto de comparación y contraste.<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  7. 7. UNIT III<br />CONTENIDO:<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  8. 8. UNIT III<br />TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />Se expone una serie de ideas que comparan y contrastan las diferencias y similitudes de un objeto. Para ello se pueden usar analogías y descripciones utilizando términos como “SUCH AS”, “LIKE”, “UNLESS”, “RATHER THAN”, “BUT”, etc.<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  9. 9. What is the Purpose?<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  10. 10. CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LOS <br />TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />UNIT III<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  11. 11. UNIT III<br />INDICADORES DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  12. 12. DIFERENCIAS ENTRE COMPARAR Y CONTRASTAR.<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  13. 13. ORGANIZACIÓN DE LAS IDEAS EN TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />Block Pattern <br />AlternatingPattern<br />I. Discuss A:1. Discuss first point of comparison and contrast in relation to A. 2. Discuss second point of comparison and contrast in relation to A. 3. Discuss third point of comparison and contrast in relation to A.<br />II. Discuss B and Compare A to B: 1. Discuss first point of comparison in relation to B, comparing and contrasting to A. 2. Discuss the second point of comparison and contrast in relation to B, comparing and contrasting to A. 3. Discuss the third point of comparison and contrast in relation to B, comparing and contrasting to A<br />I. Discuss alternating points of comparison between A and B:1. Discuss the first point of comparison between A and B.2. Discuss the second point of comparison between A and B. 3. Discuss the third point of comparison between A and B. 4. Discuss the fourth point of comparison between A and B.<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  14. 14. WHOLE TO WHOLE OUTLINE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  15. 15. SIMILARITIES TO DIFFERENCES OUTLINE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  16. 16. POINT BY POINT OUTLINE<br />CONCLUSION<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  17. 17. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  18. 18. CONECTORES COMO <br />ELEMENTOS DE COHESIÓN<br />Connectives are words which join (connect) <br />parts of a sentence <br />or a paragraph together.  <br />Different connectives work in different ways. <br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  19. 19. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />CONNECTIVES<br />Add Your Text<br />Add Your Text<br />JOINING PARTS OF A SENTENCE<br />Connectives of reason<br />Connectives of time.  <br />Connectives of place<br />
  20. 20. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />CONNECTIVES<br />JOINING SENTENCES INTO PARAGRAPHS: <br />These go at the start of sentences to show that the ideas carry on from one sentence into the next.  Hereisanexampleforyouto look at: <br />Miss Smith had planned lots of hard work for her Year 9 class to do.  On the other hand, if they were good and worked hard, she might let them off with a bit of a rest on a Friday afternoon.  Surely that would encourage them to work hard during the rest of the week. <br />
  21. 21. CONNECTIVES PRACTICE<br />See if you can underline the connectives in the next part of the paragraph. <br />Suddenly, she realised that the more work they did, the more marking she would have to do.  However, they would learn lots and that was the main thing.  In other words, she would just have to put up with it!<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  22. 22. MAPAS SEMÁNTICOS USADOS PARA TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />www.kalipedia.com/kalipediamedia/lenguayliter..<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  23. 23. MAPAS SEMÁNTICOS USADOS PARA TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  24. 24. MAPAS SEMÁNTICOS USADOS PARA TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  25. 25. MAPAS SEMÁNTICOS USADOS PARA TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  26. 26. MAPAS SEMÁNTICOS USADOS PARA TEXTOS DE COMPARACIÓN Y CONTRASTE<br />MODIFIES VENN MAP<br />LADDER MAP<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  27. 27. SAMPLE COMPARISON AND CONTRAST TEXT<br /> <br />IMPORTS-EXPORTS<br /> <br />The buying and selling of goods between countries is called foreign trade. The goods we buy from other countries are called imports and the goods we sell to other countries are called exports.<br /> <br />As the importing and exporting of goods are subject to a number of formalities, such as examinations by customs officers at ports of entry and exchange control approval, exporters generally prefer to Transat business through an Export Merchant House.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  28. 28. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />PRACTICE<br />Sample Questions Focusing on Patterns of Organization Comparison/Contrast<br />What is the author comparing/contrasting?<br />Why is the author comparing/contrasting these things?<br />Why did the comparison/contrast structure emerge?<br />What are the advantages of...? the disadvantages of...?<br />
  29. 29. FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />PRACTICE<br />Compare/Contrast<br />What items are being compared? <br />What is it about them that are being compared? What characteristics of the items form the basis of the comparison? <br />What characteristics do they have in common; how are these items alike? <br />In what ways are these items different? <br />What conclusion does the author reach about the degree of similarity or difference between the items? <br />How did the author reveal this pattern?<br />
  30. 30. Additional Resources<br />See East versusWest for a sample essay and teacher comments.<br />http://www.readwritethink.org/lessons/index.asp<br />http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/k/x/kxk30/des-student/defess.htm<br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  31. 31. Los libros son, entre mis consejeros, los que más me agradan, porque ni el temor ni la esperanza les impiden decirme lo que debo hacer.Alfonso V el Magnánimo<br />Una idea se vuelve muy peligrosa cuando <br />es la única que tienes...( Macarena Cacheiro) <br />FACILITADOR: BELKYS E. MEZA E.<br />
  32. 32. Thank You !<br />

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