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Chronological Order

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Megan Stephenson

on 8 February 2016

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Transcript of Chronological Order

Sequencing
Chronological Order
Chrono = Time

Logic = Order

A passage written in chronological order puts events in time order.


Events in Time Order
Have you ever made macaroni and cheese? It’s simple! First, boil some water and make some macaroni. Then, make your cheese sauce. After the cheese sauce is ready, mix it with the macaroni. Bake the entire thing in the oven. Finally, it’s time to eat!
Red Flag Words
To help figure out if the passage is written in chronological order.
Can you put the event on a time line in time order?
Woke up
late
Woke up
late
Got
ready
Rode bike
to school.
Arrived
at school
First
1. Boil water
and make macaroni
Second
2. Make cheese sauce.
Third
3. After the cheese sauce is ready, mix it with the macaroni
Fourth
4.Bake the entire thing
in the oven.
Last
5. EAT!
First


During

Finally


Second
Then
Before
Later
Next
Before
Look for red flag words!
All clouds are made of tiny drops of water. Some clouds are white and fluffy, while others are thick and dark. Even though clouds are different, they are all made in the same way.
First, the sun heats the water from the oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds. Then the water evaporates. When the water evaporates it changes into water vapor, which is invisible. As the water vapor moves high into the sky it gets cooler. When the water vapor gets very cold, it changes into tiny drops of water. The drops of water make the clouds.
Here is a simple recipe for fruit salad with a new twist – you arrange the fruit by colors into the shape of the rainbow.
First, you gather the ingredients. You will need one pint of strawberries, two oranges, one banana, one pint of blueberries, purple grapes, one honeydew melon, and whipped cream.
Next, place a rectangular dish the long way. Then slice some strawberries and make a small arch on the dish. After that, peel the oranges and separate the sections. Put the sections in an arch above and next to the strawberries. When this is done, you should slice pieces and make an arch next to the banana. Then stack the blueberries beside the melon. Last, spray some whipped cream in the empty parts of the dish to make clouds.
Now you have a fruit salad using the six colors of the rainbow!
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