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Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
Non Fiction Text Features
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Non Fiction Text Features

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  • 1. Non-Fiction Text Features Shanghai American School-Puxi 3rd Grade
  • 2. What are text features?Authors include text features to help the reader betterunderstand what they have read.Text features provide information that may not bewritten in the text itself.Text features can be found in textbooks, magazinearticles, newspapers, reports, web pages, andother forms of nonfiction text.
  • 3. Major Text Features?Table of ContentsIndexGlossaryTitles/SubheadingsText (Bold, Color, & Italics)Photographs IllustrationsInfographics Tables, Charts, Timelines, Maps, etc.
  • 4. Table of ContentsLists the major parts of a book along with their pagenumbers.It outlines the main topics or main points.Readers can use the table of contents to help locateinformation in the book and see how everything isorganized.
  • 5. This is what it looks like on the web
  • 6. IndexIs an alphabetical listing of the key names, terms,events, and topics with page numbers.Readers use the index to help find pages that containinformation they are looking for.
  • 7. Use CMd + F as index for web pages Will locate words you search for on page
  • 8. GlossaryA list of key terms in alphabetical order.Each key word is defined.Sometimes a glossary also tells you how topronounce a word.Readers use the glossary to look up key terms to findout their meaning. This helps the reader better learnand understand the subject.
  • 9. Links serve as the glossary on some web pages
  • 10. Titles/SubheadingsTitles tell the reader the topic of the text.Titles show the main idea of the text.Titles help the reader by letting them know what theyare about to read.Titles focus the reader on a topic so they can makeconnections between what they already know and thetext.
  • 11. Different size fonts serve as headings/subheadings
  • 12. Photographs/InfographsMaps are drawings that show the basic shape of theland and other geographical, political, or historicalfeatures.
  • 13. Photographs /IllustrationsPhotos and illustrations give information in a visualway.
  • 14. CaptionsA caption explains what is shown in a picture orillustration.
  • 15. DiagramsThe style and color of the text sends the readersignals about how to read the content.A diagram is a drawing that shows or explainssomething.

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