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