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Non-Fiction Text Features
Transcript of Non-Fiction Text Features
Table of Contents
The Index is an alphabetical list of almost
everything covered in the text, with page numbers.
The glossary helps readers define unknown words.
It is usually located in the back of your book.
Photographs help the reader understand
exactly what something looks like.
Labels help the reader identify a picture and its parts.
You can use text features
when you read non-fiction!
Knowing the text features will help you understand non-fiction text!
The Table of Contents helps the reader identify key topics in the book in the order they are presented.
Maps help the reader understand where things are in the world.
A diagram is a picture with labels. It might tell you the parts of something or explain what is in a picture.
Charts and Graphs
Charts and graphs are used to compare different facts.
A caption is used to describe a picture or illustration. Unlike a label, it is usually a few sentences long.