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Imp of Text Struct

Study Skills-Chapter 10

External Text Structure Text's overall instructional design.
Internal Text Structure Interrelationships among ideas in the text as well as by the subordination of some ideas to others.
Description Providing information about the topic, concept, event, object, person, idea and so on, usually qualifying list by criteria such as size and importance.
Sequence Putting facts, events or concepts into a sequence.
Comparison and Contrast Involves pointing out likenesses and/or differences among facts, people, events, and concepts.
Cause and effect Shows how facts, events, or concepts happen to come into being because of other facts, events or concepts.
Problem and Solution Shows the development of a problem and one or more solutions to the problem.
Signal Words in Text Words used by authors to give the reader a clue or signal to help them figure out the structure being used.
Created by: kdbarc