Organizational Patterns 1: Question Preview (ID: 10485)


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This pattern\\\'s clue words are FOR EXAMPLE, and CHARACTERISTICS ARE
a) Description b) Cause and Effect c) Problem and Solution d) Sequential/Chronological Order
This pattern\\\'s clue words are FIRST, NEXT, AFTER, FINALLY, THEN,
a) Description b) Cause and Effect c) Problem and Solution d) Sequential/Chronological Order
This pattern\\\'s clue words are PROBLEM IS, DILEMMA, SOLVED, IF....THEN
a) Description b) Cause and Effect c) Problem and Solution d) Sequential/Chronlogical Order
This pattern\\\'s clue words are THEREFORE, BECAUSE, AS A RESULT, CONSEQUENTLY
a) Description b) Cause and Effect c) Problem and Solution d) Sequential/ Chronological Order
When an author describes a topic by listing examples, characteristics, and its appearance.
a) Description b) Problem and Solution c) Sequential/Chronological Order d) Cause and Effect
This pattern is used when an author lists items or events in numerical order or when they occured.
a) Description b) Problem and Solution c) Sequential/Chronological Order d) Cause and Effect
This pattern is used to explain why things happen or to describe the results of an action
a) Description b) Problem and Solution c) Sequential/ Chronological Order d) Cause and Effect
This pattern is used when an author presents a problem then lists or describes the possible ways to solve the problem.
a) Description b) Problem and Solution c) Sequential/Chronological Order d) Cause and Effect
Authors use organizational patterns to ...
a) annoy their reader b) help a reader comprehend the text c) because their teacher tells them to. d) no authors use organizational patterns
Refusing to do any homework and then getting Es in all your classes would be an example of what
a) Description b) Cause and Effect c) Problem and Solution d) Sequential/Chronological Order
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