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English 9 - Linear vs. Non-Linear Text


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It is a powerpoint presentation that discusses about the lesson or topic: Linear and Non-Linear Text. It also includes the differences between the types and characteristics of Linear and Non-Linear Text.

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English 9 - Linear vs. Non-Linear Text

  1. 1. Bible Reading
  2. 2. Reading Path
  3. 3. Reading Path  It is the way that the text or text plus other features, can determine or order the way the we read it
  4. 4. Linear Text  Most common type of reading  It focuses on the arrangement of the words, both grammatically and stylistically  Examples: Story, Speech, Letter, Newspaper Report, etc.
  5. 5. Non-Linear Text  Text combined with visual elements  The Reading path is non-sequential  Pictures, Graphs, Tables and Graphic Organizer
  6. 6. Charts or Graphs  Graphical representation of data  Represented by symbols or legends  Used to ease understanding of large quantities of data and show the relationships of the data
  7. 7. Line Graphs  A common type of chart which displays information as a series of data points connected by straight line segments to show trends
  8. 8. Bar Graphs  A common type of chart which presents data with rectangular bars that differ in their sizes. It is usually scaled so all the data could fit on the chart.
  9. 9. Pie Graphs  A circular chart which is divided into slices or portions to illustrate proportion
  10. 10. Histogram  A graphical distribution of the distribution of numerical data. It has no gaps between the bars
  11. 11. Questions: 1. What is the most common language used in Australia? 2. What is the total percentage of the languages English and Italian combined? 3. What is the second most common language used in Australia? 4. What is the average percentage of the people using English and other languages combined? 5. What is the percentage of people using Chinese language?
  12. 12. Graphic Organizer  Also called as “concept map”  A communication tool that uses visual symbols to express knowledge, concepts or thoughts and the relationships between them  Provide a visual aid to facilitate learning and instruction
  13. 13. Venn Diagram  Introduction by John Venn in 1890  A diagram that shows all possible logical relationships between a set of items  Comprises of two overlapping circles
  14. 14. Venn Diagram
  15. 15. Concept Diagram  A diagram that depicts suggested relationships between concepts  Typically represents ideas and information as boxes and circle and uses lines to show the relationship between them
  16. 16. Concept Diagram