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  1. Jeopardy TEXT STRUCTURES! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

  2. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy

  3. NAME IT DEFINE IT GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE CLUE WORDS FOR WHAT STRUCTURE UNSCRAMBLE IT 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  4. 8:00 - American Idol 9:00 – Glee 10:00 – News 11:00 – More News 11:30 – Jay Leno

  5. What is chronological order

  6. Small cars use less gasoline than big trucks. Cars do not roll over as easy as big tall trucks. Both vehicles have a right to the road.

  7. What is compare and contrast

  8. Texting and driving is dangerous. Just taking your eyes off the road can be deadly. In some states it is illegal to text and drive. Drivers need to always use common sense to stay safe.

  9. What is problem and solution

  10. We went to that party the other night and the police busted it. The music was too loud and there were too many cars on the grass.

  11. What is cause and effect

  12. Chameleons are lizards that change their color in order to not get eaten by prey. They have color sensor skin cells that change to whatever color they are resting on!

  13. What is main idea/ description

  14. Problem and Solution

  15. What is, an author will want to explain a problem, and then show one or more solutions.

  16. Cause and Effect

  17. What is, a writer will want to explain how one event leads to another.

  18. Compare and Contrast

  19. What is, an author wants to explain how two or more things are similar and different.

  20. Chronological Order

  21. What is, an author wants to explain events in time order as they happened.

  22. Main Idea/Description

  23. What is, the author offers a main idea statement and then supports that statement with details.

  24. Chronological Order

  25. What is a recipe, driving directions, history book, etc., etc.

  26. Cause and Effect

  27. What is an accident report, weather report, etc., etc.

  28. Compare and Contrast

  29. What is a menu, car buying guide, sports page, etc., etc.

  30. Problem and Solution

  31. What is a newspaper article about gang violence, a commercial about recycling, a “Save the Sea Turtles” poster, etc., etc.

  32. Main Idea / Description

  33. What is a story about alligators, a billboard about Disney discounts, etc., etc.

  34. Therefore, as a result, for this reason

  35. What is Cause and Effect

  36. however, in the same way, likewise, as opposed to

  37. What is Compare and Contrast

  38. First, then, next, finally

  39. What is Chronological Order

  40. Threat, difficulty, struggle, hope, answer, possibility

  41. What is Problem and Solution

  42. One reason, for example, several kinds, some factors, etc.

  43. What is Main Idea

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  45. What is Cause and Effect

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  47. What is Chronological Order

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  49. What is Main Idea