Text Structures By: maddy hansen

There are Five Text Structures!

| ♥ Mrs. Hutchinson

1 of them is cause and effect. Authors sometimes organize their writing by cause and effect. Signal words such as because, since, and as a result may help you determine what caused something to happen. A cause is why something happens.

Another text structure is problem and solution. Authors sometimes organize their writing by problem and solution. The author will present a problem that needs to be solved. A problem can be between individuals or groups, or it might be with something that is going on in the world.

The 3rd text structure is compare and contrast. Compare and Contrast is a text structure or pattern of organization where the similarities and differences of two or more things are explored. It is important to remember that with the compare and contrast text structure the text should be discussing similarities and differences.

The 4th one is sequence. Describes items or events in order or tells the steps to follow to do or make something

The last text structure is description, describes a topic, idea, person, place, or thing by listing its important characteristics, features, or examples

Thanks For Watching! By The Way This Is Dedicated To My Amazing E.L.A. Teacher, Mrs. Hutchinson

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