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Parts of a Book--Knight Story
 

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    Parts of a Book--Knight Story Parts of a Book--Knight Story Presentation Transcript

    • I’m Sir Lovesabook and I’mhere to see if you are worthy to become a Knight of the Royal Reading Table.You must know the parts of a book if you wish to earn your knighthood. Are you ready?
    • Do you know whatinformation is found on the cover of a book? Let’s see if you do!
    • What is the name of a book called?Title  What do you call a person who writes a book? What do you call a Author person who draws or  paints the pictures for Illustrator a book? 
    • Name 4 things that are found on the title page of a book.•The title of the book•The author’s name•The illustrator’s name•The name of the publishing company that madethe book after it was written and illustrated
    • Can you find the title, author, illustrator and publishing company on this title page? Title: You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Medieval Knight! Author: Fiona Macdonald Illustrator: David Antram Publishing Company: Franklin Watts
    • What information will you find in a table of contents? The table of contents lists the name of eachchapter and gives the page number where the chapter begins.
    • Look closely at this table of contents.What is the name of the chapter that starts on page 10?Which chapter will tell about the gear a knight needs?The chapter about life in a castle begins on whichpage?
    • Why is the glossary such animportant part of a book?The glossary gives the definition of words thatyou may not know when you read the book.
    • Here is the glossary from a book. Using this glossary, answer these questions: What do you call the rules of good behavior for knights? What animals do caltrops stop? What does it mean to cauterize a wound? Who carried the banner?
    • What is an index? The index is an alphabetical list of the topics in abook, and tells on which page information about the topic may be found.
    • Look at the Index on the left. On which pages of the book would I find information on these topics:chain mail 16-17 Holy Dragon Wings!battle-axes 18 This is not easy but you can do it!caltrops 26, 30belfry 22chivalry 6, 30battering ram 23arrows 20, 23, 24-25, 30
    • My Dragon, Red Wing, and I have testedyou on the parts of a book including the following: •The information on the cover of the book •The title page •The table of contents •The glossary •The index Red Wing will now decide if you know the parts of a book well enough to become a knight.
    • “Red Wing, what do you say?