Text Structure Worksheets:
Just Ducky! - See if you can decipher the intention of the information presented to you.
About the Bully - Decide if each passage is A. Compare/Contrast, B. Spatial/Descriptive, or C. Chronological.
What a Joint! - See if you can determine the missing words and phrases. You will look at all the different ways to classify text.
Getting Dirty! - We add in problem/solution format here. Read each passage and identify how the information is being organized.
The Porcupine Papers - We really do love our spiked friends. See how the stories about them were put together for you.
A Lesson in Manners - Can you decide on a solution for each character? Read the passage. Then complete the organizer.
The Clever Slave - Read the story. Identify the text structure in each numbered passage.
Foreign Lands - Give an example of some of the words in the poem that support your answer.
A Story of Old Rome - The Cause and Effect structure is very common in stories, since in order for the story to unfold, one event usually leads to another, which leads to another, and so on.
Structure in Poems - Read each poem. Identify its structure. Write your answer on the line.
Spelunking - This one has a bit of an organizer to work out. What kind of ideas are put in a sequence in this passage?
What Should I Eat? - See if you determine how these short batches of text were put together.
Text Structure - Identify the structure of each passage. Write its letter on its line. We establish four different types of forms here.
The Butterfly - Read each passage and identify how the information is being organized.