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To model this I provided students with a variety of take-out menus. I asked them to look at the pictures and the names of common menu items (including their prices) and then make connections among the menu items. You can ask students to write, draw, or dictate a list of the things two restaurants have in common. For example, students may notice that two restaurants serve pizza, but one only has 4 kinds of pizza and the other has 10. The possibilities are endless!
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