To my understanding, you call View::make from controller or routes to instruct which blade view to use for the final output, together with data to be used in that view.
@include is used inside blade template itself to include partial views for ex: master.blade.php may have two @include sections, one for header and one for footer and there will be two partial views header.blade.php, footer.blade.php
I have given example in another thread http://laravel.io/forum/09-02-2014-using-section-and-yield?page=1#reply-13486
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