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9. Analysing text structure

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Last updated 05 December 2012 09:46 by NZTecAdmin
  • Recognising and understanding the structure of a connected or continuous text helps readers to understand it. Watch the video of Sue Dymock explaining more about this strategy.

SD analyse text structures

  • At this level, select connected texts within a narrow range of text structures (such as stories or simple instructional texts), so that learners can develop their knowledge of the typical structures these texts use and use this knowledge to support their comprehension.
  • Note: As well as using these connected texts, you’ll also use non-continuous texts such as diagrams or forms and gradually building learners’ knowledge about how to read these.


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