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an alphabetical list of items given at the end of a printed work that gives for each item the page number where it may be found index
explanatory comment for a picture or graphic caption
a reference to a book, article, web page, or other published item citation
a collection of special terms and their meanings glossary
a document or object which was written or created during the time under study primary source
graphic representations (picture, map, or graph) used especially for illustrations graphic feature
a listing that appears in the front of a book showing the orders in which the items appear table of contents
collection of maps atlas
facts and statistics published by year almanac
Visuals (bold print, italics, large font) that help the reader understand the text text features
What the passage is about a topic
Text that tells what happened and why it happened cause and effect text structure
Text that gives information about a person or object by describing descriptive text structure
a secondhand account about people, events, topics or places secondary source
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