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Gives an overall impression of a topic through sensory details or main idea and supporting details
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Gives an overall impression of a topic through sensory details or main idea and supporting details
What is description?
Organized as a series of events or steps in chronological order; a process
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Organized as a series of events or steps in chronological order; a process
What is sequence?
Organized using events and their consequences
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Organized using events and their consequences
What is cause-effect?
Analyzes similarities and differences between or among characters, situations, concepts, or ideas
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Analyzes similarities and differences between or among characters, situations, concepts, or ideas
What is compare-contrast?
identifies obstacles and offers ways to resolve them
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identifies obstacles and offers ways to resolve them
What is problem-solution?
During, next, following
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During, next, following
What is sequence?
For instance, such as, most important
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For instance, such as, most important
What is description?
In order to, consequently, this leads to
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In order to, consequently, this leads to
What is cause-effect?
On the other hand, resemble, although
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On the other hand, resemble, although
What is compare-contrast?
This resulted in, one answer is, therefore
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This resulted in, one answer is, therefore
What is problem-solution?
Some people get goosebumps when they're scared; others get goosebumps only when they're cold.
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Some people get goosebumps when they're scared; others get goosebumps only when they're cold.
What is compare-contrast?
Goose bumps make me shiver. I get little bumps on my skin. They look like little bubbles.
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Goose bumps make me shiver. I get little bumps on my skin. They look like little bubbles.
What is description?
Goose bumps make me shiver. First I get cold, and then I shake all over.
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Goose bumps make me shiver. First I get cold, and then I shake all over.
What is sequence?
Goose bumps make me shiver. But they disappear as soon as I cover up with a jacket or blanket.
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Goose bumps make me shiver. But they disappear as soon as I cover up with a jacket or blanket.
What is problem-solution?
Goose bumps make me shiver. When the temperature drops below 45 degrees, my skin crinkles into goose bumps.
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Goose bumps make me shiver. When the temperature drops below 45 degrees, my skin crinkles into goose bumps.
What is cause-effect?
What is the problem? What are the possible solutions?
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What is the problem? What are the possible solutions?
What is oroblem-solution?
What do these things have in common?
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What do these things have in common?
What is compare-contrast?
What is the main idea? What are the supporting details?
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What is the main idea? What are the supporting details?
What is description?
What happened? In what order did events happen?
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What happened? In what order did events happen?
What is seqence?
What is the relationship between these events?
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What is the relationship between these events?
What is cause-effect?
What day in October do we have off?
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What day in October do we have off?
The 25th
What day does Halloween fall on?
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What day does Halloween fall on?
the 31st / a Thursday
What is the name of the principal?
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What is the name of the principal?
Mrs. Kunze
What are the school colors?
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What are the school colors?
Silver and Black
What is the school mascot?
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What is the school mascot?
The Raiders
Name all five types of Text Structure we have studied:
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Name all five types of Text Structure we have studied:
Main Idea, Compare and Contrast, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution, Chronological Order




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