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Transcript of Literary Nonfiction
the story of a REAL person's life told by another person. The author may tell readers facts about the person's life but may also share opinions and provide historical details.
The story of a person's life written in their OWN words. Authors tell facts about themselves while describing major events in their lives. They may also share their PERSONAL thoughts and opinions.
A type of narration where present action is temporarily paused so the reader can know past events.
Usually in the form of a dream, memory, or narration.
A fact is a piece of information that can be proven true. This includes historical events or events from a persons life.
Something that has happened or occurred in history. Biographies and autobiographies sometimes give facts about events that have happened in history.
table of contents
helps us find topics in a text
alphabetical list of words from the text and what they mean.
alphabetical list that helps us find key topics in a text.
pictures taken with a camera that help us understand what something in the text looks like
words that help us understand the parts of a diagram or picture.
links to websites with more information about a topic
types of print
words that help us understand pictures, illustrations, or diagrams in the text
A visual image of where something from the text takes place.
a sensible way to order events or steps; putting events in an order that makes sense
a way to put steps in order from what happens first, second, third, etc.
Compare and Contrast
Compare & Contrast
How are things the
How are things
How are things
Look for signal words:
like, but, also, however, too, as well as, unless, similar, yet, both, instead
timelines are sequences of related events in chronological (time) order. They are important in understanding history.