Expository Text Features/Structures
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Expository Text Features is the  way a text is organized and refers to the different forms the author uses to organize the text.
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    True
    False
  • Question 2
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    Q. The following is NOT an example of Expository Text:
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    biography
    poem
    news article
    campaign speech
  • Question 3
    30 seconds
    Q. This text structure helps readers create pictures in their mind about a topic
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    Compare and Contrast
    Cause and Effect
    Description
    Problem / Solution
  • Question 4
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    Q.

    This text shows how one event or action creates a result or a following situation... something else to happen

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    Sequence

    Chronological

    Problem/Solution

    Cause and Effect

  • Question 5
    30 seconds
    Q. This text shows order of steps or process 
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    Sequence
    Description
    Chronological
    Compare and Contrast
  • Question 6
    30 seconds
    Q. The Venn Diagram is helpful to use with this text feature...
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    Problem/Solution
    Compare and Contrast
    Compare and Contrast
    Description
    Chronological
  • Question 7
    60 seconds
    Q. Dr. Miller doesn’t want the tigers to vanish.  These majestic beasts are disappearing at an alarming rate.  Dr. Miller thinks that we should write to our congress people.  If we let them know that we demand the preservation of this species, maybe we can make a difference.  Dr. Miller also thinks that we should donate to Save the Tigers.  Our donations will help to support and empower those who are fighting the hardest to preserve the tigers.  We owe it to our grandchildren to do something. What is an example of what text feature?
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    Compare and Contrast
    Chronological
    Problem/Solution
    Description
  • Question 8
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    Q. Dr. Miller doesn’t want the tigers to vanish.  These majestic beasts are disappearing at an alarming rate.  Dr. Miller thinks that we should write to our congress people.  If we let them know that we demand the preservation of this species, maybe we can make a difference.  Dr. Miller also thinks that we should donate to Save the Tigers.  Our donations will help to support and empower those who are fighting the hardest to preserve the tigers.  We owe it to our grandchildren to do something. What is an example of what text feature?
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    Compare and Contrast
    Chronological
    Problem/Solution
    Description
  • Question 9
    60 seconds
    Q. Carl Terrell Mitchell, better known by his stage name Twista, was born in 1972.  Nineteen years later Mitchell’s first album, “Runnin' Off at da Mouth,” debuted.  In 1997, after appearing on a hit song, Twista was signed to Atlantic Records.  Under that label he released “Adrenaline Rush” and formed the group Speedknot Mobstaz in 1998.  His 2004 album Kamikaze went to number-one on the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart.
    This is an example of what text feature?
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    Chronological
    Sequence
    Description
    Cause and Effect
  • Question 10
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    Q. The twist is a dance inspired by rock and roll music.  To do the Twist, first stand with your feet approximately shoulder width apart.  The torso may be squared to the knees and hips, or turned at an angle so one foot is farther forward than the other.  Then, hold your arms out from your body, bent at your elbow.  Next, rotate your hips, torso, and legs as a single unit with your arms staying more or less stationary.  Every so often lift one leg off of the floor for styling.  Now you're doing the twist!
    This is an example of what text feature?
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    Description
    Cause and Effect
    Compare and Contrast
    Sequence
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