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Organise Information into Paragraphs

In this worksheet, students practise organising information into paragraphs in preparation for writing non-chronological reports.

'Organise Information into Paragraphs' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Reading: Comprehension

Curriculum subtopic:   Retrieve and Record Information

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A chronological report is a piece of writing such as directions, instructions or explanations. A chronological report has to arrange events in time, so that it makes sense.

This worksheet is about non-chronological reports. non-chronological report is a type of non-fiction text that gives the reader information about a particular subject. This information does not need to be arranged in time.

The information in a report is organised into paragraphs to make it easier for readers to follow. Each paragraph contains information on one aspect of the topic.

 

In this worksheet you can decide what paragraphs from different reports are about, and you can practise organising information into paragraphs.

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