Comparing colleges

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  • 1. Comparing Colleges/Programs/Careers
  • 2. Model of Graphic Organizer
  • 3. Patterns of Organization
    Trait by Trait
    1 - Introduction – thesis - the last sentence of 1st paragraph
    2 – Trait 1 – topic sentence
    subject 1
    subject 2
    3 – Trait 2 – topic sentence
    subject 1
    subject 2
    4 – Trait 3 – topic sentence
    5 – Trait 4, etc.
    5 - Conclusion
    Subject by Subject
    1 - Introduction – thesis - the last sentence of 1st paragraph
    2 – Subject 1 – topic sentence
    Trait 1
    Trait 2
    3 – Subject 2 – topic sentence
    Trait 1
    Trait 2
    4 – Subject 3 – topic sentence
    5 – Subject 4, etc.
    5 - Conclusion
  • 4. Introduction
    The introduction to your composition should present the subjects being compared and state the purpose of your comparison. To draw your readers in, you might want to begin by showing a striking contrast or an often overlooked similarity between your subjects. The last sentence of your introductory paragraph MUST be your thesis statement.
  • 5. Similarities and differences are
    identified with appropriate transitional words and phrases in your essay. Be sure that these are included in the body paragraphs of your essay.
    To compare: also, in the same way, likewise, similarly, in the same manner, just as, too
    To contrast: although, and yet, but, but at the same time, despite, even so, even though, for all that, however, in contrast, in spite of nevertheless, notwithstanding, on the contrary, on the other hand, regardless, still, though, yet
  • 6. Comparing Side by Side
    Colleges
    http://www.collegeview.com/collegesearch/CompareSchools.jsp?scid=1100933,2800158,1100377
    Occupational Outlook Handbook
    http://www.bls.gov/search/ooh.htm
  • 7. Transfer Equivalency Credits
    Transferring credits to Kansas State
    Transferring credits to Wichita State
    Transferring credits to KU
  • 8. Wichita State
    http://www.wichita.edu/thisis/