Venn Diagram

Venn diagrams are a great way for students to compare similarities and differences.

For Example:
English could compare texts or characters, for example - which of these adjectives describe Curley's wife / which adjectives describe Crooks / which adjectives describe both in an essay about marginalized characters in the novel.
Geography could use a Venn Diagram to help students build an argument on the positives and negatives of global warming. 

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  • Guest - Ben

    Your site is very good! I noticed this resource and it is amazing.

  • Guest - Nishadha

    We also have a tool called Creately which you can use to easily draw Venn diagrams online. It has real-time collaboration making it great for team work in the classroom. We also have some great Venn diagram templates to get started instantly.

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Danielle Bartram

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Acklam Grange School