Introduction
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Sequences
POV/Tense
100
Is usually the first sentences, introduces the main idea, and sometimes introduces details
What is Topic Sentence
100
Discusses one of the details in the paragraph. Sometimes shows the relationship between a detail and the rest of the paragraph
What is Detail Sentence
100
When details are larger/smaller than each other.
What is Size Sequence
100
The subject is I or We
What is First Person Point of View
200
Names the main idea of the paragraph
What is General Topic Sentence
200
Signals the introduction of a new detail and shows the relationship between the detail and the rest of the paragraph.
What is Transition
200
When some details occur before/after others.
What is Time Sequence
200
The Subject is You.
What is Second Person Point of View
300
Names the main idea and gives a clue about the details.
What is Clueing topic sentence
300
Introduces a new detail and contains a transition
What is Lead Off Sentence
300
When details are arranged in (places) in relation to each other.
What is Space Sequence
300
The Subject is He, She, They, It, The House, The boys, Marie, Chris, One Idea
What is Third Person Point of View
400
Names the main idea, names the specific details to be covered, usually includes a clue word.
What is Specific Topic Sentence
400
Provides more information about the detail
What is Follow Up Sentences
400
When some details are more (significant) than others.
What is Importance Sequence
400
The verb is painted/was painting/had painted
What is Past Tense
500
What type of sentence is this.. Tents come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
What is Clueing Topic Sentence
500
Contain related information, be in logical sequence w/ other sentences, include a transition if it introduces a new detail, all sentences must be written from the same point of view, all sentences must be in the same tense
What is Requirements for a Detail Sentence
500
When details are related in pairs or not related in any of the other sequences
What is Chain-Link Sequence
500
The verb is.. paints/is painting
What is Present Tense
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