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table of contents list the major parts along with their page numbers
index is an alphabetical listing of the key, names, terms, events or topics.
glossary a list of key terms in alphabetical order.each key word is defined
title titles tell the reader the topic of the text titles show the main idea of the text.
subheading divide the text into sections subheadings tell the main idea of each section of the text
bold word key word bold word:the style and color of the text send signals to the reader of what is important
illustration photos and illustrations give info in a visual way
caption a caption explains what is shown in a picture or illustration
sidebar (or text box) a textbox provides more info that is in the text about a topic a text box can include interesting facts or important info the author wants you to know
maps are the drawings that show the basic shape of the land and other geographical political or historical features.
diagram a diagram is a drawing that shows or explains something.
tables tables organize large amount of information in a small space
timeline timelines show important events in chronological order or time order.
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