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Nonfiction Text Features

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Gabriela Vicoroska

on 4 February 2013

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By: Michalina Krol & Gabriela Vicoroska Nonfiction Text Features Heading "Dog Intelligence" Graphic Aid Visual tool (photo, table/chart, graph, photo/illustration) Glossary Alphabetical list of key terms related to a subject Subheading "Types of Smart Dogs" A heading given to a smaller subsection within a large number of writing Heading-announces the topics that will be covered, a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below is about Dog trainers, owners, and researchers have as much difficulty agreeing on a method for testing canine intelligence, as they do for human intelligence.
Certain breeds, like Border Collies and Golden Retrievers, are generally easier to train than others.
It is worth noting that these descriptions are relative to other dogs, not relative to the world at large.
The ability to learn and obey commands is not the only possible measurement of intelligence.
Dogs are pack animals. 1. Border Collie: A workaholic, this breed is the world's premier sheep herder, prized for its intelligence, extraordinary instinct, and working ability.

2. Poodle: Exceptionally smart and active. Bred to retrieve things from the water. The miniature variety may have been used for truffle hunting.

3. German Shepherd: The world's leading police, guard, and military dog -- and a loving family companion and herder.

4. Golden Retriever: Intelligent and eager to please. Bred as a hunting companion; ideal as a guide and as assistance with search-and-rescue operations.

5. Doberman Pinscher: Known for its stamina and speed. Bred to be a guardian and in demand as a police and war dog.

6. Shetland Sheepdog: The "Sheltie" is essentially a miniature working Collie. A rough-coated, longhaired working breed that is keenly intelligent. Excels in herding.

7. Labrador Retriever: An ideal sporting and family dog. Gentle and intelligent.

8. Papillon: A happy, alert breed that isn't shy or aggressive. Known as Dwarf Spaniels in the 16th and 17th centuries, they reach 8-11 inches high.

9. Rottweiler: Robust and powerful, the breed is happiest with a job. Suitable as a police dog, herder, service dog, therapy dog, obedience competitor, and devoted companion.

10. Australian Cattle Dog: Happiest doing a job like herding, obedience, or agility. Energetic and intelligent. Map Map: An image that shows places in and features of a geographical area Index Boldface Type Statistics Table of Contents Alphabetical list of topics included in the book and their corresponding page numbers;found in the very back Dark letters indicating important information The practice or science of collecting and analyzing numerical data in large quantities 17% of people smoke on a daily basis. 3 out of 5 dentists recommend using Crest toothpaste. A list of parts of a book or document; placed at the front of the book, it's organized in the order in which the parts appear Timeline A table that shows the chronological order of events within a certain time period The End... Thank You For Watching!
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