The second paragraph from the pumpkin pie article is organized in what text structure?
The history of how pumpkin pie became so popular smashes together three things. The first is traditions from the Middle Ages. The second is indigenous foods from Africa and the Americas. The third is the spices carried along ancient trade routes through Asia and the Middle East.
The majority of the pumpkin pie article is written in which text structure?
How did the author organize the writing under the subheading Pumpion Pie?
Read the summary of main ideas of the article.
Pumpkin pie has a long history that starts in the Middle Ages. Europeans started combining American pumpkins with expensive spices.
Which answer choice would complete the summary of main ideas?
A The British soon linked pumpkins with Native Americans and stopped eating them.
B Now, recipes for pumpkin pie have become an important part of American cooking.
C The French were rich enough to buy the needed spices and sugar for the pies.
D Recipes used to include sliced apples and currants with the clove and cinnamon.
Which sentence from the article supports a main idea of the article?
A The history of how pumpkin pie became so popular smashes together three things.
B Instead, pie crusts were made of a dough that was thick and tasteless.
C A similar spice mix was used in everything during that time period.
D By the 1700s, the British linked pumpkins with Native Americans.
The article is mostly organized using chronological text structure.
Why did the author choose to organize the information in this way?
A to compare the original spices in pumpkin pie with the ones used today
B to describe the differences between British and French pumpkin pie
C to show how pumpkin pie developed into the dessert people eat today
D to suggest pumpkin pie tasted better when it did not have a crust on it
List five words that help the reader identify that the pumpkin pie article is organized using chronological text structure.
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