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Compare and Contrast - Middle School Lesson

Compare and Contrast for Middle School Lesson
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Lillian Degel

on 12 November 2013

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Transcript of Compare and Contrast - Middle School Lesson

Compare
Compare and Contrast FB and Twitter
Contrast
Uses the # symbol for posting
Use retweet to approve of something
Does not allow instant messaging
Does not allow gaming
allows only 140 characters for tweets.
Compare and Contrast
What does it mean to Compare and Contrast ?
If you compare two things you tell how they are alike.

If you contrast two things you tell how they are different.

If you compare and contrast two things you tell how they are alike and how they are different.
Short Summary Essay
Both Twitter and Facebook are social networking sites.
Both need internet connections to work.
Both can be accessed through a smart phone, tablet, or computer.
Both allow its user to connect with friends, family, and other users around the world.
Does not need # for posting
Uses "Like" to approve of something
allows instant messaging
Allows gaming
Allows unlimited characters for posts.
Facebook vs Twitter
Social Networking Site
Share links
Private messages
Upload photos
Add friends

Uses the # symbol for posting
Use retweet to approve of something
Does not allow instant messaging
Does not allow gaming
Allows only 140 characters for tweets.
Does not need # for posting
Uses "Like" to approve of something
allows instant messaging
Allows gaming
Allows unlimited characters for posts
Facebook
and
Twitter
have many similarities and differences. First, they are similar because
the are both social networking sites that allow you to connect with people around the world.Both can be accessed through a computer, Ipad, smartphone, or game console with internet connection. They also both allow the user to create and share post that others can see.
On the other hand
Facebook
and
Twitter
are different because
Facebook allows the user to chat with friends and fans, post on your wall, and read and share news feeds. You can also “like” a page, join groups, add apps, have live chat, "like" posts and other pages, share and view photos with friends and family, share and view videos, text, participate in polls, share links, share or comment on your current status, play games, as well as instant and private messaging. As far as Twitter goes, all you can pretty much do is tweet, re-tweet, direct messaging, follow people & trending topics, share links, single photos, and links to videos. With the information gathered one can conclude that Facebook is the better choice.
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