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When things are laid out in some sort of order, we can work with them more easily.
If we can impose some kind of order on information, the information is easier to talk about, easier to understand, and easier to remember.
This lesson is designed to be used during a unit when students are writing a comparison/contrast paper.
It will be most helpful prior to drafting, but it could also be useful during revision.
back to top Comparison and Contrast Rubric: Use this rubric to evaluate the purpose and supporting details; organization; transitions; and conventions of students' comparison and contrast papers.
Comparison and Contrast Guide: This online tool provides students with information about and resources for using comparison and contrast structures in their writing.
If you choose a clear, recognizable pattern (for a single paragraph, and also for a whole essay), you find it easier to select details and choose transitions, and you also help your reader discover relationships that connect things, that make things seem more coherent.
Humor me for a moment and agree that organization is really desirable, both in the process of writing and in the product of writing.
I find it hard even to imagine more complicated projects.
My office looks like a shambles, tooand I've wasted a lot of time looking for a book or document that I know is here somewhere.