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Annotating Informational Text

By: Jasmin Benitez, Philecya J. Ellison, and Penny Cheek

Jasmin Benitez

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Annotating Informational Text

How To Annotate Informational Text. When annotating informational text, we have to do 7 simple things. 1. Note Author's Purpose. (Explain, Inform, Persuade) To find the Author's Purpose: If the author is trying to get you to agree with them this is considered persuasion. When the author is writing about a certain topic and informing you this is known as informational text. You can label this at the top of your paper. 2. Note organization pattern Chronological Order: You can find this out by seeing if there are certain times and dates therefore it being chronological order. Ex. Biography Logical Order is considered when the writer guides the reader idea to idea in a order that makes sense. Ex. A how-to Compare & Contrast is shown when the author compares two or more things Ex: A comparison between eukaryote cells and prokaryote cells Organazation Patterns 3. Number your paragraphs and label your topic sentence How to find topic sentence
Sometimes the topic sentence can be at the top, middle, or even at the end of the passage. You would first have to read it, then figure out which sentences are details and which sentence briefly states what the paragraph is about. Then you have to underline it. 4. Circle new and important words Important or key words ard are words that describe who,what, when,where etc. They are useally words you'd useally find in a summery. You would circle these words and other words your not familiar with. 5. Note Central Idea on margin 6. Make Connections The underlined sentence is the topic sentence because the rest are details. To find central Idea all you do is find the short and sweet words that describe the whole paragraph or passage then write it on your margin To make connections you have to make a relation to; text to self, text to world, or text to text. 7.Note Questions
Like Who, What, When Where, Why, and How Note questioins
about what you
are unsure of. usually summary By: Penny Cheek
Jasmin Benitez
Jade Ellison In Shattered Star Cassie had a goal to become
a professional singer. My connection is to myself, because I also have the dream of becoming a singer.

That is an example of text to self connection.
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