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Table Of Contents list the major parts of a book along their page #s
Index Is an alphabetical listing of the key names terms events and topics with page numbers. Readers use the index to help find pages that contain the information they are looking for.
Glossary A list of key terms in alphabetical order. Each key word is defined.
Titles Titles tell the reader the topic of the text. Titles focus the reader on main idea on the text.
Sub-Heading Sub-headings divide the text into sections. Sub-headings tell the main idea of each section of text.
Text The style and color of the text sends the reader signals about how to read the content.
Photograph Illustrations Photos and illustrations give information in a visual way
Caption It describes what the picture is showing.
Textbox (or text box) A textbox provides more information.
Maps Maps are drawings that show the basic shape of the land and other geograph
DIagrams A is a picture with labels.
Tables A tables organize large amounts of small information in a small space. Tables help the reader compare information in the text
Timeline Timelines show important events in chronological order or time order,
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