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Text Structures

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Kasfia Kazi

on 15 April 2013

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Text Structures Cause and Effect Problem and Solution Sequence Compare and Contrast Tells about a problem and then gives a possible answer or solution. Example: My grumbling tummy gave away my persistent hunger. So, I made a sandwich. Tells how subjects are alike and different. 2 Example: Compare and Contrast
Graphic Organizer Cats Dogs Same Tells about what happens as a result of an action or an event. Tells about a series of events in chronological order. Example: The road conditions were horrible! The security line was slow moving and the plane was going to be late. They would surely miss their flight! (or Chronological Order) Cause Cause and Effect
Graphic Organizer Cause Effect The security line was slow moving The road conditions were horrible! They would surely miss their flight! Most cats prefer to be inside, while most dogs love to be outside. They both make cute and cuddly pets. Example: Cats prefer to be inside. Dogs love to be outside. Both make cute and cuddly pets. Problem I was hungry. Possible Solution I made a sandwich. Problem and Solution Graphic Organizer Other Vocab. to Know: What a piece of writing (paragraph, essay, etc.) is about. Main Idea- Structure- A type of writing First, Sally got some blankets to put on the couch. Next, she made some popcorn. Then, she put the movie into the DVR. Finally, she watched the movie. Sequence Graphic Organizer First: Next: Then: Finally: Sally got some blankets to put on the couch. she made some popcorn. she put the movie into the DVR. she watched the movie.
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