D. Compare and Contrast

Comparisons and the contrasting of ideas, situations, motivations, and information are stock-in-trade for teaching all subjects.

The benefits within one lesson are amazing, but the benefits of linking and chaining thinking between multiple lessons surpasses internal lesson benefits.

Besides that, the hidden benefit of promoting the reinforcement of ideas, insights and concepts by the use of Comparison and Contrast activities yields tremendous incidental learning.

From: Joseph Chmielewski

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