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Organize Content

Sep 5, 2022
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Organize Content from the Text to Support Analysis 

The important part of effective writing and effective thinking is clear and logical organization. 

Following are ways to organize ideas in writing:

Ordering by Time (Chronological Order): Chronological order is usually used in narration and process analysis but can be used in other cases as well. 

Ordering by Space (Spatial Order): Ordering from one place to another is usually effective in physical description but can be used in other cases. 

Ordering by Groups or Types (Classification and comparison): This method involves two steps. The first step is labeling the group or types by answering the question, “What is the paragraph about?” or “What kinds of things are these details about?” The second step arranges the types in chronological, spatial, or emphatic order. 

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Order of Importance (Emphatic or Climatic Order): This structure may be used for an entire paragraph or essay or it may be used for portions of an essay. 

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