Comparing Terms (Similar and Different)
Require your class to look closely at terms by analyzing similarities and differences. The template provides space and sentence frames for writing about similarities and differences.
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- Use a half sheet as an exit card each day for a week to help class members practice synonyms and antonyms
- Print the sheet out for various subjects; terms come up in every class
- Sentence frames help to scaffold the exercise
- The template does not include any instructions; however, this leaves room for some flexibility of use
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