Model pattern of Organization Spatial Order

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Click on the player above to hear the audio lesson. To download the lesson, right-click  (PC) or control-click (Mac)  here , and save the file to your desktop. Model: Pattern of Organization: Spatial Order Have you ever had to tell someone where to find something? If you have, you probably  used spatial order to organize your ideas. You've probably heard a statement like the  following many times in your day-to-day life: The green shirt is in my closet, next to the brown pants, over the black shoes, on the  lowest shelf. Authors use  spatial order  to help us find information in what we read. In other words,  spatial order is a pattern of organization that helps us to see where people or things are  in a space such as a room, or a city. In this model we will learn how to identify the  spatial order pattern of organization when we read. Example
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