Standard: 3 Compare and contrast motivations and reactions of literary characters from different historical eras confronting similar situations or conflicts



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Compare and contrast the motivations and reactions of two literary characters from different historical eras confronting similar situations or conflicts.
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Mrs. Flowers and Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones.

Harriet Tubman and Barbara Frietchie

The narrator in The Tell Tale Heart and the Landlady.
Standard: 3.3 Compare and contrast motivations and reactions of literary characters from different historical eras confronting similar situations or conflicts.

Comparison

Use the following transitional words to show comparison: also, another, like, moreover, too, and , just as, likewise, similarly
Ex. Mrs. Flowers displays kindness when she cooks for Margarite; similarly, Mrs. Luella Washington Bates Jones shows kindness when she fixes dinner for Roger.
Ex. Mrs. Flowers displays kindness, and Mrs. Luella Washington Bates Jones shows forgiveness.
Contrast:

Use the following transitional words to show contrasting ideas: although, however, instead, on the other hand, yet, but, in spite of, nevertheless, still
Mrs. Flower is a friend of the family; on the other hand, Mrs. Luella Washington Jones is a total stranger.
Mrs. Flower is a friend of the family, but Mrs. Luella Washington Jones is a total stranger.
Write five sentences showing a comparison between two characters.
Write five sentences focusing on the differences between two characters.

Comparison

Use the following transitional words to show comparison: also, another, like, moreover, too, and , just as, likewise, similarly
Ex. Mrs. Flowers displays kindness when she cooks for Margarite; similarly, Mrs. Luella Washington Bates Jones shows kindness when she fixes dinner for Roger.
Ex. Mrs. Flowers displays kindness, and Mrs. Luella Washington Bates Jones shows forgiveness.
Contrast:

Use the following transitional words to show contrasting ideas: although, however, instead, on the other hand, yet, but, in spite of, nevertheless, still
Mrs. Flower is a friend of the family; on the other hand, Mrs. Luella Washington Jones is a total stranger.
Mrs. Flower is a refined, classy woman of the world, but Mrs. Luella Washington Jones seems more working class and street smart.
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