Seeing Eye to Eye - Relationship Between Paragraphs

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Seeing Eye to Eye - Relationship Between Paragraphs

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In this activity, students will identify the relationship between sections of the text or the reason the author included a particular section. In this example, students answer, “Why did the author include the opening six paragraphs?”

Possible answers include:


  • to show that an animal’s eye works the same as a human’s eye
  • to describe how the eye is useful in survival
  • to capture the reader’s attention in introducing the topic

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