The correct order of explanatory text structure is

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The correct order of explanatory text structure is

The correct order of explanatory text structure is

The proper order of explanatory text structure is a general statement (opening), a series of explanations (content), and interpretation (conclusion). Check out the following explanation.

Complete discussion explanatory text structure

Explanatory text is a text that explains the process of the occurrence of something or a causal phenomenon. These events can be political, cultural, economic to natural phenomena and social phenomena.

The structure of the explanatory text consists of a general statement (opening), a series of explanations (content), and interpretation (conclusion).

  1. Statement general (opener)

This section contains an explanation or general description of the topic to be discussed. This general statement can also take the form of an introduction to the phenomenon and its explanation.

2. Rows of explanations/sequences of cause and effect (contents)

This section contains an explanation of the process of a phenomenon, in sequence. The explanatory row can also explain the cause and effect of an event.

3. Interpretation (Conclusion)

This section contains conclusions or conclusions. Interpretation can be in the form of responses from readers.

The contents of the explanatory text include:

  • the issues written are news.
  • Written in paragraphs containing the topic.
  • The topics discussed are related to science.
  • Allows the use of certain words / scientific synchronous topics discussed.
  • Is informative, not to influence the reader.
  • Written with sequence markers when (incident chronology) or due to consequences.
    emphasis on general matters

Types of explanatory text:

  • Sequential Explanatory Text (Sequential), namely explanatory text that explains the details of the stages of a fact.
  • Theoretical Explanatory Text, which is an explanatory text that expresses speculation about the possibilities that could occur in the return of a natural phenomenon.
  • Causal Explanatory Text, which is an explanatory text that explains little by little the origin or cause of a change in something.
  • Factorial Explanatory Text (Basic), which is an explanatory text that expresses the impact or what will happen from a process.

Steps to summarize explanatory text:

  • Holistic reading of the text
  • choose the main idea
  • make a text outline which is then written in a summary
  • double check the EYD synchronous summary text

The details of the problem structure in the explanatory text are

Class: 9

Course: Indonesian

Chapter: Editing Multiple Texts (Effective Sentences)

 

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