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T-Charts are used in education, research, problem-solving and decision-making. They are helpful when comparing two concepts, listing pros and cons, outlining arguments or organising data for analysis.

As you can see from the above template, a T-chart has a title and two columns (Heading 1 and Heading 2). The columns list information that is relevant to the subject.

T-Charts are often described as simple tools. Their structure is simple, so why was I having difficulty understanding how to use it? The answer was that T-Charts can be used in several different ways. For example:

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