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This PPT is consisting details with parts of a standard book or a report. If someone going to write a book or a report, it is better he/she has a idea that which elements should insert in to the ...

This PPT is consisting details with parts of a standard book or a report. If someone going to write a book or a report, it is better he/she has a idea that which elements should insert in to the writing. This PPT will give you a basic idea about that.

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  • PARTS OF A STANDARD BOOK AYESH RUWANDENIYA
  • Something you should know, before you get there…
  • Back Matter Front Matter Book Block Text 1 2 3 View slide
  • Front Matter Title Pages Copyright Page Preface Acknowledgement Introduction Foreword List of Figures List of Tables Table of Contents List of Abbreviations or Chronology Book Block Text Back Matter Glossary Bibliography Index Parts / Sections / Chapters View slide
  • Book Half Title Page Very First Page of the book and Contains only the TITLE. Series Title Page Title Page Second page of the book and use to list previous published books of the Author. Contains Full Book Title, Subtitle, Authors’ name, co-writers, translators etc.
  • This page contains the copyright notice, which consists of the year of publication and the name of the copyright owner. The copyright owner is usually the author, organization or a corporation.
  • The Preface is usually describes why the author wrote the book and research methods. It may also established author’s qualification and experience in the field of writing.
  • This page contains authors notes of appreciation to people who provided support or help during the writing process or writing career.
  • Foreword contains a statement about the book and is usually written by someone other than the author who is an expert in the field of the book topic.
  • The introduction describes something about the main text that your reader should know before proceeding to read the book.
  • A table of contents is the part of a book that is usually used only in non-fiction works that have parts and chapters.
  • If the book includes several key figures that provide information or enhance the text in some way, consider creating a page that lists them.
  • If the book includes several key tables that provide information or enhance the text in some way, consider creating a page that lists them.
  • If many abbreviations are used or if a few are used frequently, a list is useful. Alphabetize terms by the abbreviation, not by the spelled-out form.
  • This is the body of the book. Parts, Sections or Chapters of the book are goes here. Chapters that contain similar content joined together as parts or sections.
  • A glossary comprises alphabetically arranged words and their definitions. Be sure to include one if you use terminology that is not generally known to the average reader or if you coin new words or phrases to explain your ideas.
  • Bibliography lists the sources for works used in your book. Be sure to arrange the sources alphabetically by the author's last name.
  • The index is an alphabetically ordered list of words and terms used for referencing the text in book. List only the key words and should list the page numbers of each occurrence of the word.