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In-Class Activities

Articles to compare

Compare and contrast the 2 different sources. You do not need to read the entire source. In fact, I don't want you to.  Do you see any similarities between the two sources? What major differences do you notice? 

Some things to think about to help you: 

  • Where and by who is the source published?
  • Who are the authors? Are they credible? Why? 
  • Physical format of the 2
  • Length
  • Audience- why is this important?
  • Tone and Language

These are just a few things to consider when comparing. There are lots more!

We will discuss our findings as a group so be prepared to share.