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Non-Fiction Text Features

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Jonathan Rubino

on 2 June 2015

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Transcript of Non-Fiction Text Features

What is a feature?
Activity:
What is the title and what does it tell us about the text?
The title of a piece of writing tells what it is mostly about
The word
feature
means an important part of something
What
facial features
can you identify?
Text Features
More Features
Illustrations
are
drawings
. They are created by an artist and can be very simple or very detailed.





Photographs
are taken by a
photographer
. They
show real objects in real settings.
Non-Fiction Text Features
Learning Intention
TITLES
Headings introduce topics in text. They are often written in bold print, large print, or colorful text.

Activity:
Can you find the headings?
Headings
Bold
and
Italic
print
The Glossary contains the
BOLD
and
italic
words
Illustrations and Photos
Captions are found underneath an illustration or photo and explain what it is we see.
Captions
MORE TEXT FEATURES
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Success Criteria
Understanding Non-Fiction
Text Features
Text features are parts of text that draw your attention to important information
Author use this to signal important information or new words.

Activity:
Can you identify the Bold word(s)?
Activity 1:
Which is a photo and which is an illustration?
Activity 2:
What do they tell us?
Activity:

What is happening here?
An
alphabetical
list of
key words
with reference to the
pages
on which they are mentioned.
INDEX
Timelines
Activity:
Why are timelines helpful?
MAPS
Activity:
What does this map teach us?
To become familiar with text features of non-fiction
To create Venn diagrams comparing fiction and non-fiction texts.
Activity:
On what page might we find information about police?
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