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Why Did That Happen? Cause and Effect Text Structure

Unit 3: Tearing Into Informational Text Part II
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Objective: SWBAT identify the characteristics of the cause and effect text structure and understand why an author would use it.

Big Idea: What if an author wanted to write about the formation and destruction of tornadoes? Would a cause and effect structure relay the information the best?

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), Comprehension (Reading), cause and effect, text structures, informational text, interactive notebook
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