External text structure slideshow

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External Text Structures
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Italics
Bold/Colored Print
Underline
Indentation
Sidebar
Illustrations, Graphics, Photography
Heading, Subheading
Footnotes
Annotations
Italics/Underlining
Emphasis: "Smith wasn't the only guilty
party, it's true".
Titles and Works: "He wrote his thesis on
The Scarlet Letter".
Letter or number by themselves:
1.John was annoyed; they
had forgotten
the h in his name once
again.
2. When she saw her name
beside the 1 on the rankings,
she finally had proof that she
was the best.
Italics/Underlining
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Thought Process: "This can't be
happening, thought Mary.”
Bold/Colored Print
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Emphasis: Emphasize a word that is
important to the text
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Sidebars
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Information placed adjacent to the text
to support the text
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Indentation
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To indicate a new paragraph or
separate information or writing to clarify
material
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Illustrations/Graphics/
Photography
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Use these to visually support your text
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Headings & Subheadings
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Heading
Indicate the nature of the article
below
Subheading
Indicates the information below
Footnotes
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Typically used to provide immediate
citations (where the author found the
information)
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Annotation
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Personal notes or messages to the
reader about the text.
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Your assignment today & tomorrow
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Get into groups of 3
Create a Powerpoint about the 9
external text structures
Each of the text structures must
include:
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Definition &
2 Examples
Save to the I: drive and your group will
present on Wednesday to the class.

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