Comparison-Contrast

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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast
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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast Objectives In this unit, you will learn  Definitions of Comparison/Contrast  Two organizational patterns for   organizing expository essays
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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast Definition comparison  is a discussion of the  similarities between two subjects  whose distinctive features are the  same.
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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast Definition contrast  is a discussion of the  dissimilarities between two subjects  whose distinctive features are the  same. Question:   Do we have grounds for development?
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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast Definition and a Caution: Does “comparison” also mean  “contrast”?
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Principles of  Comparison/Contrast Two Organizational Patterns for 
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Unformatted text preview: Comparison/Contrast Subject-by-subject (unified approach) Point-by-point (alternating approach) The Subject by Subject Approach Introduction Subject 1 Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Subject 2 Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Conclusion The Point by Point Approach Introduction Feature 1 Subject 1/Subject 2 Feature 2 Subject 1/Subject 2 Feature 3 Subject 1/Subject 2 Conclusion The Combination Approach Introduction Subject 1 Feature 1 Feature 2 Subject 2 Feature 1 Feature 2 Transition Feature 3 Subject 1/Subject 2 Feature 4 Subject 1/Subject 2 Conclusion An Exemplary Essay Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts By Bruce Catton...
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