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EDUC 262 VENN DIAGRAM

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Desiree Pavlov

on 27 March 2013

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Transcript of EDUC 262 VENN DIAGRAM

Venn Diagram What is a Venn Diagram? A graphic organizer used to compare and contrast two or more things. These can be stories, animals, seasons, or anything you can think of! (picture symbol) (decide what is the same) (decide what is different) Let's compare a TORNADO and a HURRICANE! TORNADO (facts about tornadoes only go here) HURRICANE (facts about hurricanes only go here) BOTH (facts that are true about tornadoes AND hurricanes go here) forms over land comes down from the sky forms a tunnel of wind occurs in Texas to South Dakota main safety concern is wind try to find shelter in a basement forms over water (oceans) main safety concern is flooding try to find shelter high up occurs along the Atlantic coast covers and travels across large areas cause serious damage caused by colliding temperature "fronts" effects include wind and rain "super storms" NOW LET'S SEE A LIST OF FACTS ABOUT TORNADOES! NOW LET'S SEE A LIST OF FACTS ABOUT HURRICANES! Why should I learn about a Venn Diagram? Venn Diagrams help us to read informational text and describe the connection between scientific ideas or concepts. ODE Common Core Standard:
Grade 2, English Language Arts, Strand-Reading: Informational Text, Standard 3
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