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    • READING 6 CLASS
      Powered by: Miss N. Valeros
      USJ-R Grade School
    • Let us have a recap of what we have learned last meeting.
    • What is a VENN DIAGRAM?
    • Venn Diagram is a graphic organizer representing sets of ideas and the logical relationships between them. The sets are drawn as circles. An area of overlap between two circles (sets) contains elements that are common or similar to both sets. Circles that do not overlap represent the differences between the sets. The method is named for British logician John Venn.
      Similarities
    • love books and reading, like nature and do extreme adventure
    • Read some information about the brown bear and the black bear and use a Venn diagram to illustrate their similarities and differences.
    • black bear
      found in North America
      medium-sized bears
      color ranges from black to brown, beige to white
      have plantigrade feet and five short claws for climbing trees
      hibernates when there is lack of food
      eats berries, fish and insects
      does not prey on humans but kills and hurts when protecting its young
      brown bear
      found in North America, Europe and Asia
      has plantigrade feet and five long claws for digging
      may be from almost black to pure beige, deep chocolate brown or white
      largest bear species
      feed on salmon, berries, plants and small mammals
      hibernates when food is scarce
      avoids confrontations with people and does not eat humans