Non-Fiction Text Structures Anchor Chart
We use the below anchor chart to help teach text structures for non-fiction text. As you can see it outlines the different types of text structures. Chronological is when the author uses dates and puts it in chronological order. Sequential is when the author puts steps in order. Descriptive is when the author describes or explains something. Cause and effect is when the author describes the effect that an event has on something else. Compare and contrast is when the author compares one event or thing to another.
Text Structures Power Point
The focus of this PowerPoint is for students to identify the five different types of text structures that are used for informational text: chronological, sequential, descriptive, cause/effect, and compare/contrast.
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