In the next section, you will be planning your own Compare & Contrast lesson. To prepare, you should do the following things before you move on:
Keep an eye out for students who use comparative thinking in your classroom. What steps do you notice them taking? How comfortable are they with comparison?
As you teach over the coming weeks, keep track of those times when you might have used Compare & Contrast. Take note of these instances, and be ready to share them as you proceed through the following sections.
Compile all the materials you'll need to plan a Compare & Contrast lesson (., content, standards to cover) and bring them to the next meeting with your learning club.