The familiar overlapping circles are names after John Venn who used the concept for number sets and different relationships in mathematics. Venn diagrams are now commonly used as a tool for comparing two or more things in many subject areas.
The Venn diagram is popular for a reason. The areas created by the two (or more) circles make for a striking visual comparison. The graphic organizer is very simple and easy to use, but it is a powerful tool. Any two things can be compared with a Venn diagram, and more complicated versions can compare three or four things.
In a basic two-circle version, there are four main parts: two separate sections for what is unique about the things being compared, a section for what is common between the two where the circles overlap, and the area outside both circles for what is not true for either thing. Use a Venn diagram to show the similarities and differences between characters, ideas, places, events, objects, or anything else. Get started with a Venn diagram template!
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