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Jeff Smith

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Informational Text

Information Text
Cause and Effect
Food Webs
A food chain shows only one possible path along which energy can move through an ecosystem. But just as you do not eat the same thing every day, neither do most other organisms. Most producers and consumers are part of many food chains. A more realistic way to show the flow of energy through an ecosystem is a food web.

: something that is difficult to deal with : something that is a source of trouble, worry, etc.
Text Features
Text Features
Compare and Contrast
Text Features
All definitions for text features are from Merriam Websters Dictionary
Compare and contrasts the similarities and differences between two things
Describes Something
Cause and Effect
Presents cause and effect relationships
: a sentence or group of words that is written on or next to a picture to explain what is being shown
a heavy-faced type; also : printing in boldface

• What are the levels of organization in the body?
• What is homeostasis?
Key Terms
• cell
• cell membrane
• nucleus
• cytoplasm
• tissue
• muscle tissue
• nervous tissue

: a large dot in a document, book, etc., that brings attention to separate pieces of information in a list
Maps and Legends
: a picture or chart that shows the rivers, mountains, streets, etc., in a particular area
the collection of all points whose coordinates satisfy a given relation (as a function)
information in the form of a table, diagram, etc
Motion picture, also called film or movie, series of still photographs on film, projected in rapid succession onto a screen by means of light. Because of the optical phenomenon known as persistence of vision, this gives the illusion of actual, smooth, and continuous movement.
Table of Contents
Identifies a problem and solution to the problem
Provides a series or steps
A Unicorn is a mythological creature resembling a horse with a single horn on its forehead.
A walrus is a huge seal-like mammal found in the arctic seas.
A penguin is any of the 18 species of flightless birds that live in the southern hemisphere.
A table of contents is a list of all the parts or chapters in a book.
Section 1 Body Organization and Homeostasis
Key Concepts
: something that is used or done to deal with and end a problem : something that solves a problem
Problem Flooding Solution SandBags
All of these are from Britannica Encyclopedia
This was from the Science Textbook
From Britannica Encyclopedia
Definitions from Merriam Webster Example from our group
Picture from online math book
Picture from science textbook
From Science Textbook
Wolfgang Mozart composing using sequence
Beethovens musical journal shows some of his composing sequence
Got it from Google nutrition
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