Compare and Contrast

  • PDF Preview of the 2nd FACTivity from On The Fence
    Examine the two images of aspen bark. One is a photo and the other is a painting. Both images present…

    Alternate FACTivity – On the Fence

  • PDF preview of 'On the Fence' FACTivity.
    In this FACTivity, you will become a land manager for a national forest. You will need to decide on the…

    FACTivity – On the Fence

  • PDF Preview of the Lesson Plan for Standing On the Shoulders of Giants
    This lesson plan provides students a structured way to compare, contrast, and combine information from two texts. It features a…

    Lesson Plan – Text to Text

  • PDF Preview of Lesson Plan for the Time Warp series
    This lesson plan encourages students to think about a particular research topic across time, including past, present, and future. Students…

    Lesson Plan – Time Warp Monograph Series

  • PDF preview of The Impact of Nonnative Plants and Animals on Deer Mice FACTivity
    In this FACTivity, you will compare different ways of displaying research findings . You will answer the following questions in…

    FACTivity – Goll-ly! Don’t Take a Knapweed!

  • PDF preview of Using Chemicals to Discourage the Pine Shoot Beetle FACTivity.
    In this FACTivity, we want you to think about what scents you really like and what scents you really do…

    FACTivity – Shoot! Foiled Again!

  • PDF preview of The Lands of Time FACTivity.
    The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How is the current situation in the southern African nation of…

    FACTivity – The Lands of Time

  • PDF Preview of FACTivity for
    The question students will answer in this FACTivity is: What does photographic evidence appear to tell us about glaciers over…

    FACTivity – Frozen Food

  • PDF preview of the first page of Mussel Mania FACTivity.
    In this FACTivity, you will be the scientist and analyze real-time streamflow data from the three rivers that the scientists…

    FACTivity – Mussel Mania

  • PDF preview of another FACTivity for Left High and Dry article.
    In this FACTivity, you will use the data provided in a table to calculate the results of a planting program…

    FACTivity – Endangered Plants (Left High and Dry)