1. Introduction to Compare and Contrast in Google Slides
Analyzing two different works of literature, art, and film can help you find what theyhave in common and what makes them different.
You can do this with:Books that have a similar theme,A book and a movie based on the book,Or an audio version of a text and the text itself.
You can also compare and contrast a work of fiction and a historical account of the sametime, place, or person in order to gain an understanding of how the author of the workof fiction uses or alters history to add to their story.
In this lesson, you will compare and contrast two similar works in a slide presentation.
Using a slide presentation allows you to organize your analysis one step at a time.
The example in this lesson compares and contrasts two books by the same author.
You can choose any two works to compare, such as a book and a movie based on the book,or a poem and an article on the same topic.
Or you can use something your teacher assigns.
This lesson uses Google Slides, but you could apply these skills and concepts in most otherpresentation applications or even on a piece of paper.
To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.
Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.
If you are not signed in, do so now.
If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one.
To begin, open Google Drive,create a new slide presentation,and rename it.
Then, move on to the next video to set up your presentation.
Now, it’s your turn:Log in to your Google account and open Google Drive,And create a new slide presentation and name it.
Log in to your Google account and open Google Drive.
Create a new slide presentation and name it.
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