Each Flipped Learning Module (FLM) is a set of short videos and online activities that can be used (in whole or in part) to free up class time from content delivery for greater student interaction. At the end of the module, students are asked to fill out a brief survey, in which we adopt the minute paper strategy. In this approach, students are asked to submit their response to two brief questions regarding their knowledge of the module.
In this FLM, students are asked to complete a fill-in-the-blank outline which accompanies all three videos, covering the topics of comparative analysis, grounds for comparison, and the structure of comparative analysis. The completed outline will enhance the students’ note-taking skills and will serve as a summary of the FLM that they may refer to in the future.
comparative analysis goals, analytical discussion, interpretation, evaluation, grounds for comparison, organization, point-by-point & block-by-block structure
- Introduction to Comparative Analysis
- What is comparative analysis?
- Reading for and entering the conversation
- The goal of comparative analysis
- Grounds for Comparison
- The 5 grounds for comparison
- Identifying the significance