Chronological  Tells order in time. This is the most common way of organizing information. Time order gives events in chronological order or the order.

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Chronological  Tells order in time. This is the most common way of organizing information. Time order gives events in chronological order or the order in time in which they happened. Events in a time order passage can be shown on a timeline.

Chronological  Signal Words: First Then Next After that Finally While Soon now before Meanwhile Last During Not long When On(date)

Chronological-example  Martin Luther King, Jr. was a great American leader. He was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from high school in 1944 at age 15. He finished college in 1948. In 1954, he moved to Montgomery Alabama, where he began his fight for Civil Rights. In 1963, he led the Civil rights March on Washington, D.C. The next year, congress finally made segregation illegal. On April 4, 1968, he was killed in Memphis, Tennessee.  PLACE THE MAJOR EVENTS INTO A TIMELINE  List the SIGNAL WORDS

Chronological-YOU TRY  For the story provided you need to: -highlight signal words -chart the major events and list the key words in the graphic organizer

Sequential  In this type of order, a sequence of actions is described. It instructs the reader on how to do something. It is basically a set of directions. Owner's manuals and cookbooks are organized in this pattern.

Sequential  Signal Words: During After First Second Then Last Next Steps Stages Progression

Sequential-example  The first step in redesigning your closet is take everything out and sort through it. Anything you haven’t worn in over a year should be given to charity. Check garments for wear and tear. Take care of anything that needs mending. The second step is to install a closet organizer. Choose one that will hold the different types of garments in your wardrobe. The third step is to put items in the closet so that those you wear most often are easy to access. The final step is to stay organized. Color coding is always a fun option when organizing your closet. Good luck!

Sequential- PEMDAS (wait…math during language arts? That’s CRAZY!) STEP 1 3 + 6 x (5 + 4) ÷ 3 - 7 = 3 + 6 x 9 ÷ 3 - 7 Parentheses STEP 2 3 + 6 x 9 ÷ 3 - 7=3 + 54 ÷ 3 - 7 Multiplication STEP 3 3 + 54 ÷ 3 - 7=3 + 18 - 7 Division STEP 4 3 + 18 - 7= 21-7 Addition STEP 5 21-7=14 Subtraction

Sequential- You Try!  Write and solve this expression using the signal words and Order of Operations (PEMDAS) 9 - 5 ÷ (8 - 3) x 2 + 6 Challenge? Try this one: 3 2 x 5 – 4

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