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T HE F OUR T YPES OF T EXT

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N ARRATIVE T EXT

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Narrative text is often fiction (not true) It tells a story. It contains a setting. It contains a plot. It contains characters. It contains a conflict and a resolution. It contains a theme.

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N ARRATIVE T EXT There is a beginning, a middle, and an end.

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT N OVELS

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT D IARIES

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT F ABLES

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT F OLK T ALES, M YTHS, AND L EGENDS

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT H ISTORICAL F ICTION

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT P LAYS

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT M YSTERIES

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT P OETRY

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E XAMPLES OF N ARRATIVE T EXT S CIENCE F ICTION

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T ECHNICAL T EXT

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Technical text is non-fiction. It gives the reader information to perform a task It contains steps. It often contains bullets, and numbered items. Sentences are short. There is no humor. There is specific terminology.

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT B ROCHURES

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT C LASSIFIED A DS

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT D IRECTIONS

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT F LOOR P LANS

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT R ECIPES

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E XAMPLES OF T ECHNICAL T EXT M ENUS

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E XPOSITORY T EXT Expository text is non-fiction (true). It seeks to explain or inform. The information can be verified as true. Structures: descriptions, comparison/contrast, cause/effect, problem/solution. Focused on a specific topic. There are often headings and subheadings. It contains facts and information.

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E XAMPLE OF E XPOSITORY T EXT B IOGRAPHIES AND A UTOBIOGRAPHIES

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E XAMPLE OF E XPOSITORY T EXT R EPORTS /G RAPHS /C HARTS

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E XAMPLES OF E XAMPLES T EXT N OTICE THAT THESE ARE BOTH TECHNICAL AND EXPOSITORY B ROCHURES

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E XAMPLE OF E XPOSITORY T EXT N EWSPAPER AND M AGAZINE A RTICLES

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P ERSUASIVE T EXT With persuasive text the author tries to convince the reader to adopt a particular opinion or perform a certain action. The writer takes a stand on an issue. There are facts to back up their claims. There is an attempt to solve a problem. The writer often addresses the opposing side. There is a call to action(what can be done to address the issue).

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT A DVERTISEMENTS (C OMMERCIALS )

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT D EBATES

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT L ETTERS TO THE E DITOR /E DITORIALS

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT M OVIE C RITIQUES

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT P OLITICAL C AMPAIGN L ITERATURE

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E XAMPLES OF P ERSUASIVE T EXT S PEECHES

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T HE E ND

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