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Structure of TAKS Selections Narrative Expository Functional Mixed Selections Paired Selections
Narrative Fictional stories that have narration and dialogue. May be written as a letter or diary entry They usually have a plot.
Expository Factual Written about a content-based topic or noteworthy person Look for subtitles.
Functional Narrative or Expository Advertisement, application forms, directions, flyers, instructions, notes or programs, recipes or book and movie reviews
Mixed Selections Contains both Narrative and Expository
Paired Selections Two reading selections that are put together for comparison
READING FOR INFORMATION Which is a characteristic of expository writing? A) it tells a story B) contains a plot and characters C) it is informational;
Nonfiction is a factual account of a person, place, or event Nonfiction is a factual account of a person, place, or event.
Elements of Non-Fiction By Mr. Cotton. NONFICTION Nonfiction is writing about real people, places, and events. Mainly written to convey factual information.
Genres Categories for books. Genres are types or categories that writing falls into.
Text Comprehension Practices for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Part 1 Susan R. Easterbrooks Georgia State University Part 1 of 2 presentations.
Question Answer Relationships Or QAR’s. What is QAR’s? It means that you understand what type of questions you are being asked, and where you should look.
Genre A category of literature. The main literary genres are fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama.
Topic 2 Instructional text OWT 410. Educational media Instructional text Hypertext Electronic books.
ReportsReports. A report describes what things are like (or what things were like). They are not in time order (non- chronological).
Source: Open Court Classics; SRA/McGraw-Hill Example: Fairy Tales Some of the elements of the genre of fairy tales: Begins with the phrase like “Once upon.
WRITING ASSESSMENT NOTES. PERSUASIVE TRY TO CONVINCE SOMEONE TO AGREE WITH YOUR IDEAS OR OPINIONS KEY WORDS: PERSUADE OR CONVINCE BE SURE TO: Clearly.
1 Literacy BlockOthers Parts of the Day 90 Min. Reading Block 30 Min. Writing Block Responding to Reading Direct Instruction on Fluency, Phonics and Vocabulary.
Preparing for the AP Spanish Language Exam Content and tips for success.
Objectives This section provides some information on essential elements of literature. Part Eight, Additional Learning Skills Reading Literature and Making.
“How Can Research Help Me?” Please make SURE your notes are similar to what I have written in mine.
Author’s Purpose Modes of Writing. Four Reasons for Writing 1.To Inform (Expository) 2.To Persuade (Persuasive) 3.To Entertain (Narrative/story) 4.To.
Comprehension Part I- Book Knowledge Part II- Reading Comprehension Strategies This publication is based on the Kindergarten Teacher Reading Academy, ©2002.
WHAT IS NON-FICTION?. is not always a straightforward reflection of reality is primarily concerned with describing and informing us about the real world.
Heterozygous vs Homozygous. Pairs of alleles can be either heterozygous or Homozygous. An allele are a pair of genes (section of DNA).
ISAT READING TEST SESSIONS Session 1 6 Short Passages (literary, informational, poems) 30 Multiple-Choice Questions SAT 10 (norm-referenced.
Revision for the Writing Test Watch and listen carefully.
PowerPoint Presentation by JoAnn Yaworski CHAPTER 6 Copyright © 2003 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
REPORTING STUDENT LEARNING. GCO or General Curriculum Outcomes GCO’s are outcomes that all students are expected to meet. The General Curriculum Outcomes.
1st cycle bilingual A mini English component for my regular project.
Holt Geometry 3-6 Lines in the Coordinate Plane Warm Up Substitute the given values of m, x, and y into the equation y = mx + b and solve for b. 1. m =
How many syllables does this word have? The letters, aske, form the VCCV pattern. Each consonant in the middle of the word, basket, stands for its own.
Realistic Fiction. Realistic fiction consists of stories that tell about situations occurring in the real world. There can be no magic or fantasy involved.
Reading and writing reports. PurposePurpose Why do we read and write reports? Reports describe the way things are. Their purpose is to document, organise.
Characterization. Characterization Method used by the writer to develop character.
MONDAY LA.5.ELA5C1: POWER STANDARD - The student demonstrates understanding and control of the rules of the English language, realizing that usage involves.
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