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Subheadings A subheading is a heading but not as strong. Example: How they live
Headings A heading is the part of a article that tells you what the piece of text is about. Example: Slap Shot
Index A index is a page or two of the book and tells you what page it’s on. Example: Frogs 1000
Italics Italics are if the author wants you to make sure to read it and think about it he/she would put in italics. Example: Glove Save
Bold Words Bold words are words that are important and he/she wants you to read. Example: Wrist Shot
Colored Words Colored words are words that the author wants you to talk to someone about. Example: 100 Miles
Pronunciation Guide A pronunciation guide is in the back of the book and it tells you how to pronounce a word. Example: (Soc)(cer) Example: (Soc)(cer)
Fact Box A fact box is a little box that tells you about what the information is more about. Example: Snakes are 4000 percent poisonous.
Captions Captions are a sentence that tells you about the photograph. Example: Lions have sharp teeth.
Table Of Contents Table of contents is something that tells you what chapter its on. Example: Football
Labels Labels are something that tells you about the photo. Example: lions
Photographs Photographs are pictures that are taken in the real universe not in la la land. Example: This is a Maple Tree.
Diagram Diagrams are a graph that shows you a situation. Example: This shows numbers for work.
Title A title is the name of the book and gets the reader to read it. Example: Elephants
Graph A graph is a chart that shows a difference of something. Example: colored graphs
Understanding Text Features Headings Titles Photographs Illustrations Captions.
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.
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.
CLASSROOM FEUD UNIT 2. What is the name for the part of a book that is a note to the reader about what is in the book?
Text features are an important feature to any reading. While you are reading, do you see titles, charts, photos, captions, headlines, bold or italicized.
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.
Using the World Book Encyclopedia. World Book Encyclopedia2 Use an encyclopedia to n learn basic facts about a subject you are going to research n find.
What do you know?. A) Harry Potter series B) Newspaper C) The Box Car children series.
By: Nathan Captions A caption is a sentence that tells you about the picture. Example: The polar bears are kissing.
Text Features Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
By: Gracie Italics Italics show special words that the author wants you to notice. For example: There is a small new kid.
Parts of a Non-Fiction Book. Cover Back Cover Front Cover Spine holds the book together.
Reading Informational Text. Nonfiction Text Looks different from fiction text such as a novel or picture book Looks different from fiction text such as.
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.
Text Features & Parts of a Book Reading Notes. Parts of a Book In the Front of the Book: Title page – page that states the title, author, illustrator,
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.
Characteristics of Nonfiction Books. Authors of nonfiction books use many different strategies to get important information across to their readers What.
What do you notice about this picture? Text Features.
Text Feature Hunt An Introduction to Nonfiction Text Features.
Title:___________________________________________________ Author:_________________________________________________ Place photo here.
Genres in Nonfiction Cheryl Youse Colquitt County High School.
Non-Fiction Conventions Strategies to help you find important information in Non-fiction text.
By: Drew Italics Words that are slanted. They are important to read. Example: Winter is so cool.
Title: Arial Bold 95 Pts. Subtitle (Optional): Arial Bold 65 Pts. Authors: Arial 40 Pts. Institutions: Arial 40 Pts. Secondary Heading: Arial 40 Pts. Standard.
By Fiona Headings A heading gives you a little hint about what you’re going to read about. Example: Baby Chicks.
By Amelia Illustration An illustration is a another word for the drawings. For example the illustrator illustrates the pictures.
R EADING NONFICTION. MOST NONFICTION BOOKS ARE ORGANIZED SO THAT IT IS EASY FOR READERS TO FIND INFORMATION.
Informational Text Features Print Features, Graphic Aids, and Organization.
Nonfiction Text Features A Nonfiction Text is any text that contains true or factual information… Nonfiction Text Features are the features that help.
TEXT FEATURES Textbooks and informational texts have important elements that stand out from the other parts of the text.
Analyzing Text Features National Geographic Reader: Polar Bears Author: Laura Marsh.
Students begin to share their secret to success By SHANNON SCHOELZEL The College Gazette
Features of Informational Text. Print Features Guides readers through the patterns of organization of the text. Table of contents Index Glossary Preface.
Text Features Text Features Help Students Understand Nonfiction Text Examples of Text Features With Definitions Explanations for How Text Features Help.
Text Features Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: ** Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
Everyday Text Reading Strategies. What is Everyday Text? Everyday text is reading you encounter every day. It includes a variety of materials such as.
AN INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES. NAME OF TEXT FEATURE DEFINITION NOTES.
By Stephanie Bold words Bold words are darker than the rest. Example: Snowy days are fabulous.
INFORMATIONAL TEXT Terms and Vocabulary. Functional Text How do I know if a piece of text is functional? Functional text is used for everyday information.
Table of Contents Heading Glossary Labels Title Italicized Word Sidebar Photograph Bolded Word Stylized Word Bullets Bolded Word Map Timeline Boxed Item.
A book cover is the outside of the book. Each book cover can look different.
Name: ______________________________________________ Grade and section: ___________ Biography Research The name of my subject is________________________________________________________.
WHAT’S IN A NON- FICTION BOOK? From Cover to Content and From Glossary to Index Click here.
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