Sequence (1)

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Sequence (1)

  1. 1. By: Ms. Walsh
  2. 2. Sequence is the order in which events happen. You could describe the sequence of a story by telling what happens at the beginning, the middle and the end. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  3. 3. Certain words can be sequence “clues.” Time-Order Words: first, next, then, finally Time-Order Expression: in the morning, after that, later that day, a week later Other Time Words: Yesterday, Saturday, April, winter Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  4. 4. See if you can spot the sequence “clue words” in the following story… Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  5. 5. Last Monday, I ate lunch with my friend Ryan. We sat together and had nachos. Later that afternoon, we both felt sick. It must have been that fake cheese! The next day, we decided to have a sandwich. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  6. 6. Last Monday, I ate lunch with my friend Malik. We sat together and had nachos. Later that afternoon, we both felt sick. It must have been that fake cheese! The next day, we decided to have a sandwich. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  7. 7. Try some more… After school, I went home and did my homework. When I was finished my math, I had a snack and a drink. Then, I played Guitar Hero with a friend and we rocked out to Journey. After we were finished playing, he went Walsh Publishing Co. 2009 home.
  8. 8. After school, I went home and did my homework. When I was finished my math, I had a snack and a drink. Then, I played Guitar Hero with a friend and we rocked out to Journey. After we were finished playing, he went home. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  9. 9. Your Turn…. Write a short paragraph that includes a sequence of events. Underline the sequence “clue words.” Here are some “clue word” ideas…. First, next, then, finally, after a while, last week, two days ago, five years ago, later that day, the next weekend, in the end, etc. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009
  10. 10. Your Turn…. Write a short paragraph that includes a sequence of events. Underline the sequence “clue words.” Here are some “clue word” ideas…. First, next, then, finally, after a while, last week, two days ago, five years ago, later that day, the next weekend, in the end, etc. Walsh Publishing Co. 2009

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