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Everyone Loves a Little Structure: Structures of Informational Text Overview

Unit 2: Tearing into Informational Text
Lesson 1 of 9

Objective: SWBAT understand that authors use five structures (descriptive, cause and effect, problem and solution, compare and contrast, and chronological) when creating nonfiction writing and are able to identify these structures.

Big Idea: Just like houses, nonfiction writing needs a solid structure to keep it from collapsing.

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), Nonfiction Literature, text structures, interactive notebook, informational text
  42 minutes
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