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Overview of Patterns of Organization (Relationships) in Reading

Overview of Patterns of Organization (Relationships) in Reading

Author: Karen Hamilton
Description:

After completing this tutorial, students will be able to determine the patterns of organization of given reading passages. They will understand the relationships between sentences and paragraphs and be able to recognize how transition words help them to determine the pattern of organization.

This tutorial prepares students for recognizing transition words as used to determine patterns of organization when reading a passage.They will understand the relationships between sentences and paragraphs and be able to recognize how transition words help them to determine the pattern of organization.

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Tutorial

Patterns Handout

This handout will help you understand the relationships between sentences and paragraphs and be able to recognize how transition words help them to determine the pattern of organization.

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Patterns Study Guide

Download this document and use it to practice what you have learned. Take it to class with you and discuss correct answers with your teacher or tutor. The answer key is included below. Try to not look at it until you take the quiz! THIS DOCUMENT WAS UPDATED TO REPLACE TYPOS ON OLD DOCUMENT ON JULY 22, 2016.

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Answer Key to Patterns Study Guide

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