The body paragraphs of informational texts contain:
1. A main fact.
2. Topic sentence.
3. Supporting details.
Supporting details would be your answer for this question!!
The correct answer is B. Supporting details
Informational text is a type of text that aims at informing the reader about one specific and real topic or issue, this type of text can be found in magazines, brochures, and others. An information text usually includes a title or introduction, in which the issue or topic is introduced and a set of body paragraphs usually organized by sections that contain all the information to inform the reader about the topic or issue chose, these paragraphs can also include charts, heading and subheadings, maps, charts and other visual strategies that help the reader understand the information easily. Additionally, each of the body paragraphs is composed by a topic sentence that expresses the idea of the paragraph and a set of supporting detail or sub-ideas to explain the idea in the topic sentence and that include examples, evidence, among other. Thus, in the body paragraphs of an informational text the reader can fin supporting details, that explained what the paragraph is about through examples or evidence.
1. The body only includes on this list the SUPPORTING DETAILS
2. It's not the conclusion, you first see it in the introduction. In the conclusions there is a recap.
3.As it is callled is to inform.
alright, so here, the author clearly thinks that flooding the canyon was a bad idea and is showing bias against it.