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Coleman's Classroom ppt by Catherine Coleman. This presentation reviews some basic characteristics of a simple compare and contrast essay including the block and point by point format as well as small and big transitions. More resources available at www.clmn.net

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Compare Contrast Essay

  1. 1. Comparing/Contrasting Essay Overview
  2. 2. C/C Basic Characteristics (1) Has Clear Purpose
  3. 3. Purpose Of C/C? Express Ideas Inform Persuade Show Preference
  4. 4. C/C Basic Characteristics (2) Subjects Have Enough Shared Interests
  5. 5. Basis of Comparison At Least One Common Interest
  6. 6. C/C Basic Characteristics (3) Comparison Only Contrast Only Both Compare and Contrast
  7. 7. Remember... Treat Subjects Fairly BALANCE
  8. 8. C/C Basic Characteristics (4) Make A Point
  9. 9. Three Functions of THESIS Identify Subjects (Topics) Suggests Compare, Contrast, or Both States Main Points
  10. 10. C/C Basic Characteristics (5) Provides Significant and Relevant Details Stays ON TOPIC!
  11. 11. C/C Basic Characteristics (6) Uses One of Two Methods Point by Point Subject by Subject (Block)
  12. 12. Point by Point Going back and forth between the two topics noting the similarities or differences between them
  13. 13. Point by Point Point 1 Topic A Topic B Point 2 Topic A Topic B
  14. 14. Layout Size Building Materials Landscape House A House B House A House A House A House B House B House B
  15. 15. Point by Point Outline I. Layout A. House A B. House B II. Size A. House A B. House B III. Building Materials A. House A B. House B
  16. 16. Advantages •Good for long essays •Good with headings •Needs clear transitions •Paragraphs can become too long Disadvantages
  17. 17. Subject by Subject (Block) Covering all the points of one side and then covering all the points of the other side
  18. 18. Block Topic A Point 1 Point 2 Topic B Point 1 Point 2
  19. 19. House A Layout Size Material Landscape House B Layout Size Material Landscape
  20. 20. Block Outline I. House A A. Layout B. Size C. Material D. Landscape II. House B A. Layout B. Size C. Material D. Landscape
  21. 21. Advantages •Unification of Details •Good for shorter assignments Information can be difficult to remember Not good for complicated information Disadvantages
  22. 22. Compare the TWO I. House A A. Layout B. Size C. Material D. Landscape II. House B A. Layout B. Size C. Material D. Landscape I. Layout A. House A B. House B II. Size A. House A B. House B III.Building Materials A. House A B. House B
  23. 23. Transitions To Compare as well as in comparison in the same way likewise also equally important related to similarly similar to comparatively
  24. 24. Transitions To Contrast: although despite in contrast however contradictory conversely instead unlike dissimilar to even so on the contrary on the other hand notwithstanding in another way nevertheless
  25. 25. Small Transitions / Big Transitions One Word Usually Adverb Can be anywhere in paragraph Phrase or Clause Usually TS First refers to previous, second to following
  26. 26. Small Transitions Likewise, apples are a fruit. In contrast, apples are red. They are also crunchy.
  27. 27. Big Transitions In contrast to carrots, apples are a fruit. Despite the many similarities between apples and oranges, there are also important differences.
  28. 28. For more information, contact Catherine Coleman at Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net or follow her at Instagram at catherinecoleman92618
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Coleman's Classroom ppt by Catherine Coleman. This presentation reviews some basic characteristics of a simple compare and contrast essay including the block and point by point format as well as small and big transitions. More resources available at www.clmn.net

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