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Compare and ContrastCOMPARE: POINTING OUT SIMILARITIES    CONTRAST: POINTING OUT          DIFFERENCES
BLOCK STYLEDiscuss all details of item #1Discuss all details of item #2
How similar? How different?
BLOCK STYLE I.  To Kill a Mockingbird      A. Setting      B. Defendant/ charged with      C. Lawyer      D. Verdict II....
To Kill a Mockingbird & A Time to Kill
POINT BY POINT I. Setting A. TKAM B. ATTK II. Defendants      A. TKAM      B. ATTK III. Lawyers      A. TKAM     ...
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRDCONTRAST the NOVEL and the MOVIEWhich format is BEST suited?I. BLOCKII. POINT BY POINT
LOOK AT YOUR VENN DIAGRAMDo you have a balanced number similarities and differences?Are there more similarities?Are the...
LOOK AT YOUR 3-COLUMNDo you have a balanced number of similarities and differences?Are there more similarities?Are ther...
TKAM/ATTKBalanced informationUse a point by point format for organizing your details.THESIS STATEMENT-While these books ...
TKAM: the novel/the movieThe main difference is plot; scenes are omitted in the movie. You could list a few of these, but...
Block style might work best!What would your thesis statement be?In my opinion the book/movie is better than the movie/bo...
To Kill a Mockingbird – 1960    A Time to Kill - 1989
Compare and ContrastCompare – pointing out similaritiesContrast – pointing out differences
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  1. 1. Compare and ContrastCOMPARE: POINTING OUT SIMILARITIES CONTRAST: POINTING OUT DIFFERENCES
  2. 2. BLOCK STYLEDiscuss all details of item #1Discuss all details of item #2
  3. 3. How similar? How different?
  4. 4. BLOCK STYLE I. To Kill a Mockingbird A. Setting B. Defendant/ charged with C. Lawyer D. Verdict II. A Time to Kill A. Setting B. Defendant/ charged with C. Lawyer D. Verdict
  5. 5. To Kill a Mockingbird & A Time to Kill
  6. 6. POINT BY POINT I. Setting A. TKAM B. ATTK II. Defendants A. TKAM B. ATTK III. Lawyers A. TKAM B. ATTK IV. Verdict A. TKAM B. ATTK
  7. 7. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRDCONTRAST the NOVEL and the MOVIEWhich format is BEST suited?I. BLOCKII. POINT BY POINT
  8. 8. LOOK AT YOUR VENN DIAGRAMDo you have a balanced number similarities and differences?Are there more similarities?Are there more differences?Analyze which are more important…the similarities or differences?PICK A FORMAT
  9. 9. LOOK AT YOUR 3-COLUMNDo you have a balanced number of similarities and differences?Are there more similarities?Are there more differences?Analyze which are more important.PICK A FORMAT
  10. 10. TKAM/ATTKBalanced informationUse a point by point format for organizing your details.THESIS STATEMENT-While these books have different settings and different trials, both To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and A Time to Kill by John Grisham involve cases where rape and racism are important elements.
  11. 11. TKAM: the novel/the movieThe main difference is plot; scenes are omitted in the movie. You could list a few of these, but then what? List some scenes that are in both? Nah….This wouldn’t involve much analysis!Could you discuss narration?Could you discuss visuals? Were you trying to picture scenes in your mind as you read?
  12. 12. Block style might work best!What would your thesis statement be?In my opinion the book/movie is better than the movie/book because …Be sure you do more than just list scenes from the book that don’t make it into the movie.You must discuss/elaborate!
  13. 13. To Kill a Mockingbird – 1960 A Time to Kill - 1989
  14. 14. Compare and ContrastCompare – pointing out similaritiesContrast – pointing out differences

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