One of the key tasks that students need to perform is the compare and contrast. It is the basis for many of our day-to-day decisions, and one that students find hard to verbalize. I like this next video because it gives the students an easy topic to look at, and then pick their own avenue of comparison. I like to ask them which is best, before having a discussion on what criteria we use. Students are always amazed at the differences and will, when coached properly, have wonderful discussions on justifying their own criteria.
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