Sequencing is important for students to know because it is used in both fiction and non-fiction texts. Students also need to know what other techniques interrupt the sequence of a text. This page will not only help students study sequence, but it will also address foreshadowing, flashbacks, and background information.
Students will read ANY text, record 3 events or details, copy the quotation to prove their finding, and analyze the sequence delivery. Finally, they will analyze the entire text as it relates to being in sequence or not. Designed for multiple uses, multi-use.
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Flexible use options:
-use with whole class/small groups
-use during independent reading/SSR/DEAR
-use during lit.circles/book clubs/novel studies
-use to bridge reading and writing
-use for remediation
-use as part of a project/HW packet
Students will become stronger readers and writers knowing what sequence means!