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  Similarities Essay -- Organized Person, Product or Topic

Comparison (Similarities) Essay Organized by Person, Place or Topic

In this long comparison, you compare just two people, places or topics
on three characteristics, going from least to most important.
Because it is organized by the Person, Place or Topic, there are only four sections:
1) The Introduction, 2) The First Product, Person or Topic, 3) The Second Product, Person or Topic and 4) the Essay Conclusion.


Title

The topic sentence of a comparison (similarity) section essentially tells the readers
the three similarities you will discuss in the section, going to least to most important.


FIRST PERSON, PLACE OR TOPIC

First (Least Important) Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details
Here you provide your research, quotes or statistics.


Explanation or example
Here you explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.
Possible Connectors:


Second Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details --
Provide your research, quotes or statistics.


Explanation or Example
Explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.



The Most Important Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details --
Provide your research, quotes or statistics.


Explanation or Example
Explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.






SECOND PERSON, PLACE OR TOPIC

First (Least Important) Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details
Here you provide your research, quotes or statistics
Possible Connectors



Explanation or example
Here you explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.
Possible Connectors:



Second Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details --
Provide your research, quotes or statistics.
Possible Connectors



Explanation or Example
Explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.



The Most Important Similarity

Facts, Statistics, Quotes or Details --
Provide your research, quotes or statistics.
Possible Connectors



Explanation or Example
Explain the statistics or quotes or provide an example.




Conclusion
Review the similarities and end with a strong concluding sentence.



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