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A subheading is a heading but not as strong. Example: How they liveSubheadings 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 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: Snakes are 4000 percent poisonous.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
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.
By: Gracie Italics Italics show special words that the author wants you to notice. For example: There is a small new kid.
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