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Grade 7 Text Structure
The following signal words indicate which text structure:
because of, since, as a result of
  1. compare/contrast
  2. cause and effect
  3. listing
  4. sequential/chronological order
Grade 8 Text Structure
Directions for building a birdhouse are an example of which text structure?
  1. compare and contrast
  2. order of importance
  3. description
  4. procedure
Grade 7 Text Structure
The following signal words indicate which text structure?
as well as, either, similar to
  1. chronological order/sequential
  2. cause and effect
  3. listing events
  4. compare/contrast
Grade 4 Text Structure CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.4.5
People on Maryland's Eastern Shore say that their part of the state is different, and they're right. "Eastern Shore" means the east side of Chesapeake Bay. The west has Maryland's largest city, Baltimore, and the state capital, Annapolis. It has the crowded suburbs of Washington, D.C. The Eastern Shore has birds, rivers, and beaches.

Life is slower east of Chesapeake Bay. The land is flat and marshy. There are many small farm communities and country roads, but no large cities. There are many little shops, but few "chain" stores. There are vacation resorts for visitors to enjoy the water, wildlife, and quiet. But there are also "waterman villages," where people earn a living from crabs, oysters and fish as Marylanders have done since the 1600's.

On the Western Shore, flat land near the bay gives way to rolling hills. There are many boats, but few working fishing boaters. You'll find mostly pleasure craft in Annapolis, and cargo ships in Baltimore's busy port. South of Baltimore, farmland is being covered by homes and shopping malls. Annapolis has the United States Naval Academy. The Navy also tests airplanes at a base on the Western Shore.

Of course neither shore of Chesapeake Bay is all one thing. The Western Shore has its share of vacation spots, old farmhouses, and peaceful rivers. Both regions boast state parks, great seafood, and historic sites. And you can get up-to-date health care or video-game machine in many Eastern Shore communities as well as in Baltimore.

Which structure does this text represent?
  1. cause and effect
  2. sequence of events
  3. main idea and supporting details
  4. comparison and contrast
Grade 6 Text Structure
When something happens in a story that results in a chain reaction this is known as?
  1. Compare and Contrast
  2. Clues and Miscues
  3. Cause and Effect
  4. Similarities and Differences
Grade 12 Text Structure
Patterns of organization are used by authors in order to:
  1. provide examples of major supporting details.
  2. develop the topic into a stated main idea sentence.
  3. present arguments to persuade the reader to their point of view.
  4. show how ideas are related to one another.
Grade 12 Text Structure
The writing pattern that explains why something happened and the results that followed is called:
  1. comparison and contrast
  2. definition and example
  3. cause and effect
  4. results and conclusions.
Grade 12 Text Structure CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.11-12.8
Which text/writing structure includes a premise?
  1. cause-effect
  2. persuasive
  3. compare-contrast
  4. descriptive
Grade 4 Text Structure CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.4.5

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Grade 6 Text Structure CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RI.6.9, RI.7.9

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How to Putt a Golf Ball

Step 1: Read the Green
Before you can even think about hitting the ball, you have to know which way it’s going to go. It’s usually easiest to squat down a fair distance behind your golf ball (around 5-10 feet) and look at the green between the ball and the hole.

Look for different shades in the grass. The shininess and grain of the grass can tell you how the ball is going to roll. Also look for bumps, ball marks, or debris that you may need to fix in order to have a smooth path to the hole. Then go to the other side of the hole, looking towards your ball, and do the same thing.

Step 2: Visualize the Putt
Close your eyes and picture yourself hitting the putt and it rolling into the bottom of the cup. This will allow you to feel comfortable over the ball and get a good gauge of how the putt should look as it rolls along your path to the hole.

Step 3: Take Practice Swings
Stand with your putter beside the ball and take smooth strokes with the power you estimate it will take to get the ball to the hole along the correct line. Take about two to four practice swings and then take a deep breath.

Step 4: Address the Ball
Put your putter behind the ball, feet shoulder width apart and relaxed. Take a deep breath then proceed to step 5.

Step 5: Hit the Putt
Take a deep breath, take a smooth stroke and hit your putt. Trust your line and believe in yourself.

Step 6: Watch the Putt Fall
After you hit your putt, watch it roll towards the hole and fall into the bottom of the hole. Fist pumps are encouraged after it goes in.

What type of relationship is shown between the two passages?
  1. cause/effect
  2. compare/contrast
  3. whole/part
  4. sport/athlete
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