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3 Henkle Students will be able to use graphic organizers to sequence information chronologically. DateTopicPage 11/27 Sequencing Information Chronologically ? In your Readers Notebook write:

4 Skills We Will Practice / Sequencing chronologically / Using graphic organizers / Using Sequencing vocabulary: time- order transitions and signal words / Finding and using details in a text / Sequencing chronologically / Using graphic organizers / Using Sequencing vocabulary: time- order transitions and signal words / Finding and using details in a text

5 the ordering of information. Sequencing is

6 Kinds of Sequencing / When you read you have to identify how the author has organized the information in a story. / The writer may use a sequence that is spatial, chronological, emphatic, or logical. / When you read you have to identify how the author has organized the information in a story. / The writer may use a sequence that is spatial, chronological, emphatic, or logical.

7 Transition and Signal Words As you read, identify words that are transitions and signals that help you understand if the author has ordered the information spatially, chronologically, emphatically, or logically. As you read, identify words that are transitions and signals that help you understand if the author has ordered the information spatially, chronologically, emphatically, or logically.

8 Time Order Signal Words Write down the time order signal words and phrases that are on the next two pages:

9 Some Time-Order Transitions/Signal Words First, Second Third ThenBefore Beforehand After meanwhile Subsequently Simultaneously NextEarlier previously SoonerPrior Lastly Finally Later Afterwards

10 in the morning, that evening after that, last week, later that day two weeks later, last month Time Order Transitions

11 See if you can spot the signal words in the following story and identify the chronology. Be a Sequence Detective

12 In your Reading Notebook, create a graphic organizer: Events in story orderSignal words

13 Last Tuesday morning I met my new friend Amy. Later that day, class 851 was in a relay race. I told Amy she was a good runner. The following week, we were in another race, and class 851 won! Underline time-order signal words:

14 Last Tuesday morning Later that day following week Last Tuesday morning I met my new friend Amy. Later that day, class 851 was in a relay race. I told Amy she was a good runner. The following week, we were in another race, and class 851 won! As you read, underline the signal words and write notes to yourself.

15 Check graphic organizer: Events in storySignal words met AmyLast Tuesday morning class was in relay race Later that day class 851 won raceFollowing week

16 Sequencing a Story Each of you has three images and a sheet labeled 1, 2, 3. Sequence the images on the sheet in chronological order:

17 Using a Graphic Organizer Create a graphic organizer for the story: Write in the events, and use signal words or phrases that indicate time order. Give the characters names and using signal words, share your story with a classmate. Does your classmate agree with your sequencing? EventTransition/Signal Word

18 Reflection Why would an author tell a story out of its proper chronological sequence? Could an author combine different types of sequencing in the same story?

19 Authors often tell a story out of the storys actual chronological sequence for dramatic effect. For example, the author might begin with a startling current event and then go back in the past to relate the events history. As you read this kind of story, underline dates, make notes for yourself, and create a graphic organizer. Authors Sequence vs Storys Chronology

20 Summary of Time-Order Sequencing Stories have a chronological sequence, but authors often tell the story out of sequence. As you read, notice, underline, and write notes in the margins. Underline signal words: dates, times, words, and phrases such as: before, later, meanwhile, previously, the following year To help yourself, create a graphic organizer, such as a chart or time line.

21 Skills We Practiced / Sequencing chronologically / Using graphic organizers / Using Sequencing vocabulary: time- order transitions and signal words / Finding and using details in a text / Sequencing chronologically / Using graphic organizers / Using Sequencing vocabulary: time- order transitions and signal words / Finding and using details in a text


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