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Learning Objective : Identify sequential text structures in expository text Reading comprehension standard 2.1. What are we Identifying today?. Sequential text structures in expository text!. Pair Share.

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Learning Objective: Identify sequential text structures in expository text

Reading comprehension standard 2.1

what are we identifying today
What are we Identifying today?

Sequential text structures in expository text!

pair share
Pair Share

Share with your partner how to place these events in chronological order (Time order)?

___Eat breakfast

___Get up

___Go to school

___Go out the door

___Brush teeth

sequence text structure
SEQUENCE Text Structure

Text structure -is the way a text is organized such as compare and contrast, sequence, cause and effect

Sequential/Chronological text structure /Time Order: is a passage that show that order in which events happen.

Example: Here is how a sandwich is made. First you grab two pieces of bread. Then you place a piece of meet between the two slices of bread. Last you spread mustard on the bread.

Non- Example: Apples and oranges are both fruits. In contrast they have different types of skin. One is smooth and thin and the other is rough and thick.

Signal Words

Time Order: First, Then, Next, Finally, Yesterday, Today

Time Order Expression: After that, later on , In the Morning

why is it important to know sequential text structures
Why is it important to know sequential text structures?

Good readers use severalstrategies to help them comprehend/ understand the reading.

how do we identify sequential text structures
How do we identify sequential text Structures?

Steps

Sentences

-We love visiting the fair. The first thing you will notice are the costumes. Next you will visit the booths.

- First, the shipbuilders renamed the ship. Then they cut off the top deck.

Step 1: Read passage

Step 2: Try to identify signal words

Step 3: Ask your self, “does this show sequential/

Time order”

identify the text structure
Identify the Text Structure

_______We planted a garden. First we turned over the soil and took out all the weeds. Then we planted the seeds and watered the soil.

______Cats and Dogs are similar creature. They both need daily food and water. However cats are more independent and don’t need to be walked

______When the snow began to fall, we put on our hats. Then we ran outside to play in the snow

Step 1: read passage and look for signal words

Step 2: Try to identify signal words

Step 3: Ask your self, “does this show sequential order”

closure

___ Christmas is on December 25. It is the happiest and most joyful holiday of the entire year.

___In 1492 Christopher Columbus left Spain and sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. Finally, six months later they arrived in the New World.

___Sarah and Jimmy are the same because they are both in the 4th grade. But Sarah enjoys reading. On the other hand, Jimmy enjoys math.

Closure

Step 1: read passage and look for signal words

Step 2: Try to identify signal words

Step 3: Ask your self, “does this show sequential order”

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