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Learning Objective: Identify sequential text structures in expository text

Sequential text structures in expository text!

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

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

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 2: Try to identify signal words

Time order”

_______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

___ 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