Creating a Compare-Contrast Prewriting Chart

Write the names of the two ideas or subjects ( would it be good or bad if college athletes were to be paid ?) and compare and/or contrast in the Benjamin Franklin Division T Pre-Writing Compare and Contrast Chart.
Engage in critical thinking about the important components of Subject 1 and list a generic category for each feature. For example, the scholar could compare the gender roles in the 1950s to those in the 21st century. The scholar might discuss the societal expectations for women and men in the 1950s versus those of women and men in 2020. The broader category might be based on “Image and Identity” and gender roles could be listed under that broad category.
The scholar can list as many important features about Subject 1 and then subject 2. In addition, the scholar might want to add more features later.
Essential Questions scholars can use to guide their research can be open-ended questions beginning with: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?
Commence with Subject 1 and fill each cell with two kinds of information:
(1) a general comment, and

(2) specific examples supporting that comment.

(3) Scholars will both types of information from (1) and (2).

Repeat the same step-by-step instructions for Subject 2.
Only include important features that are relevant to the subject matter.
Prioritize each feature in sequential order from the most important to the least important feature.
Upload this assignment to the assigned drop box by Tuesday, October 20, 2020 no later than 11:59 pm. We will discuss this on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 during the Blackboard Collaborative Virtual Classroom. Every scholar must be ready to actively participate and to share their work via the Share Content Feature so the entire cohort can read their Benjamin Franklin Division T Pre-Writing Compare and Contrast Chart. To earn a 100% Participation Grade every scholar must share.