Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Comparing and Contrasting Two Stories

Our first CAFE mini-lesson today focused on comparing and contrasting two stories we have read in the past couple of weeks, Peanut Butter and Jelly and Warthogs in the Kitchen. We wrote down ideas to include in all three sections of our diagram. There were several areas that were similar in each book. Below is the breakdown of what was only found in each book, as well as what we found to be the same.

Peanut Butter and Jelly:
  • The characters cut the bread.
  • They "smooshed" grapes.
  • Spread peanut butter.
  • Smeared jelly.
  • People were in the story.
  • Cracked peanuts
Warthogs in the Kitchen:
  • They added lots of sugar.
  • Put pickles in the cupcakes.
  • Broke eggs.
Both Stories:
  • They put things in the oven.
  • Washed their hands/dishes.
  • Ate the cupcakes/sandwich.
  • Animals were characters.
  • Made a mess in the kitchen.
  • Made a bread type of food.
  • Cooked/made something in the kitchen.

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