Analysis refers to the breaking down of data into its basic parts based on some reason or plan. An analysis of two stories might be comparing likenesses and differences in plot, characters, settings, or themes.


  1. Read the material to be analysed.
  2. Break the material into separate parts.
  3. Discover the relationship among ideas.
  4. Develop a list of facts about each relationship.

Oral Practice

  • How many ways are Curious George and Clifford, the Big Red Dog alike?
  • If Clifford were to give Curious George a present, what would it be? Why?
  • What makes The Cat In the Hat fun to read?
  • Analyse the pattern in Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Use the pattern to add more animals.

Did Max really leave his bedroom and frolic with the wild things in Where the Wild Things Are? Why or why not?

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