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Lee-Byrd

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external text structures enhance comprehension
can be identifided by looking at the text external text structures
author's purpose is linked to the... style of his/her writing
purpose: to tell a story includes characters, setting, plot
purpose: to entertain includes humor, faster pace, quicker
purpose: to explain factual information includes lots of facts
purpose: to persuade includes lots of opinions
indomitable unconquerable
awakened enlightened
self-centered concieded
repentant sorry
vivid clear, detailed
annotations footnotes
dialogue exchange of words, conversation
indicate chronological order first, then, next, after, later, finally
embedded in the text internal text structures
compares two things venn diagram
fact can be proved
opinion cannot be proved
usually first sentence main idea
involves chronological order cause and effect
does not pertain to the main idea irrelevant, least important details
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