Pieces of text
Written texts tend to dispense the reader gradually. For example, a subject presented in a 25-page thesis can be divided into, for example, five sections, each of which has two or more sub-sections. Further, each number consists of smaller text periods, paragraphs. The tracks are part of the text hierarchy. The song helps the reader to figure out where to move from one point of view to another.
Marking of pieces
The paragraphs in the text are both textual and visual fragments of text. Thoughtful ones are usually one piece in one paragraph. The visual tracks are such that their boundaries are marked in the text. In manuscripts, the usual way of marking a song is an empty line. Prints or blank lines are used in printed texts.
Principles of song play
Based on the overall idea of the text, the author can largely decide where to move from one paragraph to another.
Different track solutions can be tested by inventing a song for each song. If the title does not appear, a separate paragraph is either not needed at all or the episode can be linked to another song.
Also, the overall structure of the text affects the song boundaries: if the text contains a lot of chapters and sub-chapters, they structure the text so that the aspects of each paragraph can be quite close together and still in different paragraphs. On the other hand, if there are no chapters in the text or if the numbers are long, each chapter is more likely to deal with a broad entity before moving on to the new paragraph.
Pattern Structure Models
The tracks can be of many types. For example, a song can be composed based on the type of argumentation the author uses. Here are some example structures:
- Idea + support posts, e.g.
- idea error + justification
- idea error + example
- Idea + specification
- sentences + Idea
- a chronological or time-structured paragraph
- themed track