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  1. Compare and Contrast By Kristi Waltke Fourth Grade Unit 4 Week 1
  2. When you compare and contrast, you tell how two or more things are alike and different.  A chart can help you compare and contrast. You can compare and contrast two things you read about or something you read about with something you already know. 
  3. A Venn Diagram can help us compare and contrast. Can you think of more ways that Victor and Houdini are alike and different? Victor Unsuccessful with magic tricks A boy at the beginning of the story Not famous Houdini Interested in magic At the train station Have caring family members Successful with magic tricks An adult at the beginning of the story Famous
  4. What did you learn about magicians from this story that you didn't know before?  By answering this question you will be comparing and contrasting something you read about with what you already know.
  5. Can you think of ways that these stories are alike and different?
  6. Can you think of ways that these stories are alike and different?
  7. Can you think of ways that these stories are alike and different?

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