Glog-4945 TEXT STRUCTURES

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Glog-4945 TEXT STRUCTURES

Text Structures:Sequence, Compare and Contrast, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution, Question and Answer, Description, Statement / Example, Definition, and Spatial Order.

Text Structure is the method the author uses to organize the information.

Understanding text structure enhances comprehension.

Knowledge of Text Structures Helps Students with the following:Identifying relationships between and among ideas.Recall and retention of relevant information.Understanding Key Points and Ideas.Summarizing.

Authors use signal words as clues to help identify text structure.

Understanding text structures is especially helpful for students when they are trying to comprehend content information.

Examples of Signal Words: First, After, Next, Similarly, Although, However, As a Result, Because, To IIlustrate, For Instance, One May Conclude, etc.

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