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Learning Objective : Identify cause and effect text structures in expository texts. What are we Identifying today?. Cause and Effect structures in expository text!. The Importance of Identifying Cause and Effect Structures. Good readers use a variety of strategies to help them comprehend. .

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what are we identifying today
What are we Identifying today?

Cause and Effect structures in expository text!

the importance of identifying cause and effect structures
The Importance of Identifying Cause and Effect Structures

Good readers use a variety of strategies to help them comprehend.

what would happen on a rainy day
What would happen on a rainy day?

These are examples of cause and effect relationships!

cause and effect text structures
Cause and Effect Text Structures

Text structure is how a text is organized such as compare and contrast, sequence, and cause and effect.

  • Cause and effect text structures tell the result of an event or occurrence and the reasons it happened.
  • Signal Words: Consequently, therefore, as a result, thereby, leads to, because, so, reason
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Example: There was a bad storm last night, as a result the electricity in the neighborhood went off for two hours.

Non example: Apples and Oranges are both fruit, but they have many differences. Apples have smooth skin, however oranges have porous skin.

how do we identify cause and effect text structure
How do we identify cause and effect text structure?

Step 2: Read the text

Step 3: identify signal words

Step 4: Ask your self does the text tell me effects of events and why they happened

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Let’s Practice
  • Step 1 Read text
  • Step 2: Identify signal words
  • Step 3: Ask yourself is this tell what happened and why it happened
  • I woke up early today, because I wanted to be the first in line to see the Batman movie.
  • Jane and I both enjoy playing sports. However, she enjoys basketball and I enjoy soccer.
  • As a result of my dad losing his job, we can no longer afford fancy clothes.
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Moving to California

Over time, many different groups of people have moved to California from different cultures making it their home. Because of this, California has people from different culture. As a resultof gold being found, many people from other parts of the world began to move to California. They hoped to become rich. Today more people live in California than in any state in the United States.

  • Step 1 Read text
  • Step 2: Identify signal words
  • Step 3: Ask yourself is this tell what happened and why it happened
what text structure did we identify today
What text structure did we identify today?

Cause and Effect structures in expository text!

Why is it important to identify cause and effect text structures?

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  • Martha was late to school because her alarm clock was broken.
  • Tom and Jerry are very different animals, but they do share some similarities. They both enjoy annoying one another.
  • Sam did not want to move to Chicago, therefore he begged his parents if they could stay in Texas.
  • Step 1 Read text
  • Step 2: Identify signal words
  • Step 3: Ask yourself is this tell what happened and why it happened
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