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Expository Text Structures

Explores the 5 main Expository Text Structures that elementary students need to learn.
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Phoebe Gohs

on 21 March 2012

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Transcript of Expository Text Structures

Expository Text Structures
Phoebe Gohs
Adjunct Professor
Spring Arbor University Description Sequence Comparison Cause and Effect Problem and Solution Expository Text Structures listing characteristics, features Phrases: for example, characteristics Describes impact of events Phrases: if...then, as a result, because Compare: How are they the same Contrast: How are they different Phrases: different, alike, same as. Steps, directions, events Phrases: first, second, next. Also may be Q&A Phrases: the problem is, solve, question... answer
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