Graphic organizer for a personal narrative essay

Venn diagrams consist of two or three overlapping labeled circles. Using two circles, each circle has its own subject, written as a heading or title, and within the overlap area, your student writes the things that the different subjects have in common. For instance, if one circle represents "dogs" and one represents "cats," you could list characteristics like "have tails" or "make good pets" within the overlap area. But descriptors like "barks at strangers" would only be included in the "dogs" circle, and "purrs" would only be listed in the "cats" circle.

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Graphic organizer for a personal narrative essay

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