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Non-Fiction Lesson

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Angela Greenlee

on 30 October 2013

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Transcript of Non-Fiction Lesson

Parts of
a Non-fiction Book
Table of Contents
A list of names and page numbers of chapters
and sections in a book.
Introduction
Introduces the reader to the topic
discussed in the book.
Chapters
One of the main sections of a book.
It usually has a title or number as the heading.
BOLD and Italic Words
Bold and Italic print helps the reader know that the word or words are important
Graphics
Maps, charts, diagrams,
photographs are usually
included to illustrate or
summarize information.
Captions or labels must be examined
carefully for relevant information.
Conclusion
The part of the book that
brings it to an end.
Glossary
The glossary helps the reader
understand the definitions of important
words in the book.
Index
An index helps the reader
find specific information
in a book.
Visit the library to check out more non-fiction books today!!
Who is ready to learn about
Non-Fiction Books?
What is the difference
between a fiction and a non-fiction
book?
Fiction books are made up by the author and are
not true.
Non-Fiction books are about real things,
people,events, and places. They are true and
contain facts.
Lets find out more about
non-fiction books!
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