Nonfiction Text Structures #1: Compare and Contrast

Nonfiction Text Structures #1: Compare and Contrast

Nonfiction writers use the compare and contrast text structure to show how two or more things are alike or different. In this worksheet, children will learn to identify signal words and visuals that writers use when comparing and contrasting. They will then read a short passage and complete a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting two frozen sweets. Designed for fourth graders, this worksheet offers useful practice to prepare children as they learn to read and write nonfiction.

This worksheet is a companion to Nonfiction Text Structures #2: Cause and Effect and Nonfiction Text Structures #3: Description.

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