We will introduce you to writing comparison/contrast essays using lists styles - which is just a method of organizing your thoughts. Once you've picked topics, then we will walk you through on the basics of your writing your paper and a few tips to remember while drafting your paper.
After reviewing this information, writing comparison/contrast essays should provide no challenge to you. If you are still scared of writing this type of essay, keep looking through the information offered and pratice, practice, practice!!!
List Style Brainstorms - Using three lists to brainstorm differences and similarities between two subjects.
Block comparisons - the method of listing the differences and similarities by subject (such as book/movie, spring/summer, etc.)
Point by point comparisons - the method of listing the differences and similarities by topics (such as different scenes, different temperatures, etc.)
Terms/Concepts you should already know:
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