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Compare and Contrast Questions - All Grades

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Grade 6 Compare and Contrast
When we compare and contrast while reading we are looking for?
  1. similarities and differences
  2. wrongs and rights
  3. truth and lies
  4. clues and facts
Grade 9 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.9-10.3
Grade 4 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.4.5
Mary and Tracey are twin sisters. They are fourteen years of age. This is an example of:
  1. comparing
  2. contrasting
  3. chronological order
  4. fact and opinion
Grade 4 Compare and Contrast
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast
When you compare and contrast two characters, what is NOT something you look at?
  1. what the characters say
  2. what the author says about the characters
  3. what the characters look like
  4. what the author's name is
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast
The strategy to use for comparing and contrasting is:
  1. Predicting
  2. Rereading
  3. Asking Questions
  4. Using Prior Knowledge
Grade 6 Compare and Contrast
Which of the following transitions show a contrast in thoughts?
  1. In the same way
  2. Accordingly
  3. On the other hand
  4. Also
Grade 1 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RI.1.9
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast
How are Benjamin Bunny and Peter Rabbit alike?
  1. They both have strict fathers.
  2. They both like to get into trouble.
  3. They both enjoy eating carrots and celery.
  4. They both have three little sisters at home.
Grade 9 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.9-10.9

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Which statement best compares the author's purpose in The Revival of Stephen Crane and the poet's purpose in the poem?
  1. The first passage describes many people's lives; the poem only describes the poet's life.
  2. The first passage narrates a story about the poet; the poem shows a universal point of view.
  3. The first passage informs about the poet's works; the poem reveals the poet's emotions.
  4. The first passage instructs the reader to read more about the poet; the poem shows an opinion.
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