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Info. Text Review

Review Info Text features

Informational Text Features help readers more easily navigate the text and often provide additional information to help students comprehend the content.
Bold Print Helps readers by signaling that the word is important.
Subheadings Navigates through sections of the text.
Headings Identifies topics throughout the book as readers skim and scan.
maps Help readers understand where things are in the world.
Titles Gives you an idea about the text
Charts Gives you a lists of measures (amounts, distances, time, height...)
Summaries Gives you a description of what you are about to read.
Pictures and Captions Gives you a visual of what you are reading and information about a picture.
Why is it so important to understand the main idea and supporting details of a text? They will help the reader understand the meaning of the text.
What is the major difference between a fact and an opinion? One can be proven and other includes personal thoughts or feelings.
What does a reader do when they infer or use inference skills? They read between the lines, use clues, and make an educated guess.
What is the theme? The underlining message that the author is trying to emphasize to the reader.
What is the best way that a reader can understand the author's purpose in writing informational text articles or reports? Create notes or an outline on the main idea for each section or paragraph. Understand the themes.
Created by: Tward



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