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Expository Text Structures

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Emily Wubbena

on 11 September 2013

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Transcript of Expository Text Structures

Indicators: 2010, 2011, 2012, or May, June, July, etc.
Chronological Order
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2011
2012
Cause & Effect
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How is it Organized?
Hey, what's
expository text again?

Expository text is informational non-fiction writing that defines, describes, or explains.
Problem & Solution Compare & Contrast
Cause & Effect Descriptive
Chronological Order Sequential

Indicators:
question,
dilemma,
question,
resolution,
problem,
answer, solve, etc.
Used to order events based on time.
Used whenever the author wants
to explain how something happens.
Usually used in step-by-step instructions.
Indicators:
step 1, step 2, step 3, first, second, etc.
Descriptive
When the author makes a
statement and then backs it
up with several details.
Expository Text
Used when the author wants to explain how one event leads to another.
Indicators:
cause, effect, as a result,
consequently, so, etc.
The Art of Information
Expository text is written with different text structures.
Text Structures---> Organize Information
So, what are the text structures?
Indicators: one reason, for example, such as, uses descriptions and details, etc.
Sequential Order
Problem & Solution
Comparisons:
How are
apples and
oranges
alike?
Contrast:
How are apples
different from
oranges?
Contrast:
How are oranges different from apples?
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