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Contents Index Glossary Text Pictures nonfiction books Photographs Diagrams Maps Cutaways Close-Ups Comparisons Types of print Paragraphs
Types of print Help the reader by signaling, “Look at me! I’m important!” A part of printed text dealing with a particular idea Paragraphs
3 types of print
4 types of print
Labels Captions Help the reader identify a picture or photograph and/or its parts. Help the reader better understand a picture or photograph.
Photographs Help the reader understand exactly what something looks like.
Maps Help the reader understand where things are in the world.
Cutaways Help the reader understand something by looking at it from the inside.
Close-Ups Help the reader see details in something small.
Diagrams Diagrams are drawings, sketches, plans, or charts that make something clearer or easier to understand.
Diagrams on this book page help us to learn about waves.
A food web diagram shows who eats who.
Show us relationships between quantities. Graphs
Comparisons Help the reader understand the size of one thing by comparing it to the size of something familiar.
What parts of nonfiction text help us understand the information better? How do they help us organize our thoughts?
Characteristics of Nonfiction Books. Authors of nonfiction books use many different strategies to get important information across to their readers What.
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 Table of Contents Narrative/Fiction TextNarrative/Fiction Text3 Characters Characters 4 SettingSetting5 Plot Plot 6 Non-Fiction TextNon-Fiction.
Text features are an important feature to any reading. While you are reading, do you see titles, charts, photos, captions, headlines, bold or italicized.
Analyzing Text Features National Geographic Reader: Polar Bears Author: Laura Marsh.
Parts of a Non-Fiction Book. Cover Back Cover Front Cover Spine holds the book together.
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.
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 Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: ** Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
Instructions for making a Non-Fiction Book Project Description: This non-fiction template is a great way to reinforce learning the features of a non-fiction.
Table of Contents Heading Glossary Labels Title Italicized Word Sidebar Photograph Bolded Word Stylized Word Bullets Bolded Word Map Timeline Boxed Item.
Understanding Text Features Headings Titles Photographs Illustrations Captions.
Features of Informational Text. Print Features Guides readers through the patterns of organization of the text. Table of contents Index Glossary Preface.
Informational Text Features Print Features, Graphic Aids, and Organization.
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.
Non-Fiction Conventions Strategies to help you find important information in Non-fiction text.
Taking A Closer Look at Non-Fiction Text Non-Fiction books give the reader real facts and details about real people, places, and things. * Animals*
What are they and what should you know about them?
What do you notice about this picture? Text Features.
DETERMINING IMPORTANCE IN NONFICTION. Good readers distinguish the differences between fiction and nonfiction. Fiction Nonfiction.
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.
R EADING NONFICTION. MOST NONFICTION BOOKS ARE ORGANIZED SO THAT IT IS EASY FOR READERS TO FIND INFORMATION.
Text Features Information for this presentation is taken from the following source: Reader’s Handbook, A Student Guide to Reading and Learning by Great.
LESSON ESSENTIAL QUESTION: WHAT KEY ELEMENTS ARE FOUND IN MOST TEXTBOOKS?
What are text features? Definitions: 1)Various ways of manipulating and placing text to draw attention to or emphasize certain points or ideas in narrative.
We can write about… ©D. Jump and D. Wills. We can write about… ©D. Jump and D. Wills.
Draw a Venn Diagram and assign the details to “Fiction” or “Nonfiction.
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 Text Features Help Students Understand Nonfiction Text Examples of Text Features With Definitions Explanations for How Text Features Help.
Nonfiction Text Features. What are text features? Authors include text features to help the reader better understand what they have read. Text features.
What is nonfiction literature? Nonfiction literature is not fiction. Nonfiction literature is true. It is about real people, places, things, and events.
A. Language Arts: How to read informational texts with my child? Purpose of reading Fictional texts: entertainment Non-fictional texts: learning.
Good Readers Make Predictions Before, During, and After reading They start with “I think…” When you are done, you can revise, or change, your prediction.
Nonfiction Text Features A Nonfiction Text is any text that contains true or factual information… Nonfiction Text Features are the features that help.
Nonfiction Texts. Glossary *ABC order *Defines vocabulary in the text *Set up like a dictionary *In the back of the book.
Text Features Getting to know the text!. What are text features? Authors include text features to help the reader better understand what they have read.
PredictionPrediction. What? You are constantly predicting in your head the next word, the next sentence, the next paragraph, or the next chapter. You.
Introduction to nonfiction External Text Features & Internal Organizational Patterns.
AN INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION TEXT FEATURES. NAME OF TEXT FEATURE DEFINITION NOTES.
Informative Writing Write ALL ABOUT a topic!. Student Goals for this Unit: ▪ 1. Students will recall and organize information about a familiar topic.
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