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BOLD WORDS A bold word is a word that you might not know. Example: I like to eat pizza.
Headings A heading is what the book is going to be about. Example: How to Train a Dolphin.
Glossary A glossary is used when you don’t know a word. There will usually be a box that says the words, kind of like mini dictionary. Example: A cat is an animal.
Colored Words A colored word is a word that is important Example: sharks are scary but cool.
Table of contents A table of contents is a page of all the chapters in your book. Example: What is a Dog ? 1 A Dogs lifecycle 2
By Stephanie Bold words Bold words are darker than the rest. Example: Snowy days are fabulous.
A book cover is the outside of the book. Each book cover can look different.
By: Nathan Captions A caption is a sentence that tells you about the picture. Example: The polar bears are kissing.
By Fiona Headings A heading gives you a little hint about what you’re going to read about. Example: Baby Chicks.
Focus Skill: Locate Information. Good readers understand the parts of a book.
By: Gracie Italics Italics show special words that the author wants you to notice. For example: There is a small new kid.
By Morgan Title A title is a few words that tells you the main subject of the book. Example: Dolphins.
By: David Pronunciation Guide A pronunciation guide is usually located in the glossary and tells you how to pronounce words. It also shows you where.
Non-fiction Books. You will learn: About the features of a non- fiction book.About the features of a non- fiction book. To consider how non-fiction books.
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Parts of A Book 1 st and 2nd Grade Library Introduction Spine- is the backbone of the book. Illustrator- person who draws the pictures. Cover- protects.
Figure Figure 18-1 part 1 Figure 18-1 part 2.
John F. Kennedy Elementary School Library Parts of a Book A working knowledge of the different parts of a Book to retrieve the information you need.
By: Drew Italics Words that are slanted. They are important to read. Example: Winter is so cool.
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PARTS OF A BOOK ! By : Emma L.. The Title Page is the first page in a book tells you who the author and the publisher are tells you the title of the book.
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Text Features. First of all…. What is text? Text Text is words. We use text to get information. We have text on road signs, on posters, and in books.
Parts of A Book 3 rd Grade Library Introduction Spine- is the backbone of the book. Illustrator- person who draws the pictures. Cover- protects the pages.
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By Sophie Heading A heading is at the top of the page telling what the story is about.
Text Features: What You Should Know About Texts. Human beings have important elements in their bodies such as a heart, lungs, blood vessels, and a brain.
Getting Ready to Study the Grammar Reading This book Please Click Here!
2 nd Grade – CRCT Practice English/Language Arts Research Process.
Nonfiction Texts. Glossary *ABC order *Defines vocabulary in the text *Set up like a dictionary *In the back of the book.
R EADING NONFICTION. MOST NONFICTION BOOKS ARE ORGANIZED SO THAT IT IS EASY FOR READERS TO FIND INFORMATION.
Main Parts of a Book Non-fiction Texts. Introduction Knowing the parts of a book help you find information faster and more efficiently. It will save you.
NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES TABLE OF CONTENTS. DO NOW: How can you find information in a book quickly?
Elements of Non-Fiction. Titles Show the main idea of the text Gives a preview of what the reader is about to read Helps the reader make connections.
Exemple de PowerPOint Petit exemple de mise en page et animation etc … 28/03/2012.
Mrs. Marble. Parts of the Computer What is this? Monitor What does it do? Displays information that comes out of the computer.
Insert Title Here An electronic book on topic. Developed by creators.
Watch the powerpoints. What is the bird doing? The bird is flying.
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Predators are animals that kill and eat other animals. What kinds of fish are predators – goldfish or sharks?
AN INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES. TEXT FEATURES ARE THE PARTS OF A NONFICTION BOOK THAT HELP YOU FIND INFORMATION EASILY OR TELL YOU MORE ABOUT.
All About Cats Written By Kaylee. Table of Contents Chapter 13 Chapter 24 Chapter 35 Chapter 46 Diagram7 Different Kinds of Cats8 Interesting Fact9 Glossary10.
Parts of a Book Lilburn Elementary. Most books have at least five of these parts. Spine Cover Author Illustrator Title Title Page Table of Contents Index.
INTENSIVE READING TEXT FEATURES. TITLES What is it? A title is the name of a book, essay, article, etc. Purpose: Identifies topics throughout the book.
My Animal Report by. Table of Contents Picture ? p.3 What Does My Animal Look Like?......p.4 What Does My Animal Eat?
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By Amelia Illustration An illustration is a another word for the drawings. For example the illustrator illustrates the pictures.
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THEME 4 LESSON 18 DAY 1 We will learn about words with the /oi/ sound oi, oy And we will practice locating information.
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