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Editorial THIS is an article that presents a newspaper's opinion on an issue.
Encyclopedia THIS is a book of information containing articles on various topics and are arranged in alphabetical order.
Essay THIS is a brief piece of writing that focuses upon a particular topic; the author examines a specific subject.
Fact THIS is something that is TRUE. It can be shown to exist or be something that has actually happened.
Fact vs. Opinion THIS is something that is true about a subject. The OTHER is what someone thinks about a subject and is not necessarily true or untrue.
Index THIS is in the back of a book and tells you what page number you will find the information you are looking for.
Inference Authors don't usually tell us everything. Readers must use clues, thinking, and experience to make logical guesses as they read.
Informational Text THIS text explains ideas, gives directions, gives information, or shows how to do something.
Journal THIS is a type of diary that often includes thoughts and feelings about what is happening.
Manual THIS is a book with basic information, directions, or instructions about how to do something.
Main Idea THIS is the "heart" of a passage or story. It is the central thought and the most important point that a writer wishes to express.
News THIS is true information about recent, interesting, or important events.
Nonfiction THIS is writing about REAL people, events, and topics.
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