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### Classroom practice in_identifying_similarities_and_differences[1]

1. 1. Classroom Practice in Identifying Similarities and Differences <br />
2. 2. Comparing<br />Invasive and non-invasivediagnosticmethods<br /><ul><li>It is the process of Identifying</li></ul>similarities and differences<br />between or among things or<br /> ideas.<br /><ul><li>The key to an effective</li></ul>comparison is the identification<br />of important characteristics. <br />
3. 3. Comparing <br /><ul><li>Students are to compare the tasks carried out by nurses in Colombia with tasks performed by nurses in the UK according to the article on page 22 textbook. </li></ul>Students are to <br />make a case comparison choosing<br /> two of their patients undergoing <br /> the same pathology. <br />
4. 4. Graphic organizers for comparison<br />Venn Diagram <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUoqsBxgXWI<br />
5. 5. Graphic organizers for comparisonComparison Matrix <br />
6. 6. Graphic organizers for classification<br />Categories <br />
7. 7. Metaphors <br />The key to construct <br />metaphors is to realize that <br />the two items in the <br /> metaphor are connected by<br /> an abstract relationship. <br />LOVE IS A JOURNEY <br />LIFE IS A JOURNEY <br />SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS ARE PLANTS <br />LOVE IS WAR <br />
8. 8. Graphic organizer for Metaphors<br />http://www.cotwcourses.net/elementary/projects/gclark/similes_metaphors.htm <br />The key aspect is that the two<br /> elements (Literal -abstract) <br />might have different literal <br />patterns, but share the same <br />abstract pattern. <br /><ul><li>Walter is a real couch potato.</li></ul>The metaphor couch potato:<br /> a. Walter is always busy with some activity.<br /> b. Walter is lazy.<br /> c. Walter likes to go outside and play.<br />
9. 9. Analogies<br /><ul><li>Analogies help us see how</li></ul> seemingly dissimilar things are<br /> similar. Increasing <br />understanding of new words. <br />Oxygen is to humans <br />As<br />Carbon dioxide is to plants. <br />Core is to earth <br />As nucleus is to atom.<br />Tsunami is to wave<br />As earthquake is to tremor<br />
10. 10. Analogies<br /> Thermometer is to temperature <br />As____________ is to _________<br /> (odometer is to distance) <br />Graphic organizer for analogies. <br />