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Non-Fiction
Text Feature
Posters
Created By: Deana Kahlenberg
non-fiction textfeatures
THE FOLLOWING POSTERS ARE INCLUDED:
•  GUIDE WORDS
•  TITLE PAGE •  ILLUSTRATIONS &
•  TABLE OF CONTENTS PHOTOGRAPHS
•  INDEX •  CAPTIONS
•  GLOSSARY •  DIAGRAMS
•  HEADING •  LABELS
•  KEYWORDS •  TEXT BOX
•  HYPERLINK •  MAPS
•  BULLETS •  CHART
•  CUTAWAY •  ICON
•  GRAPH •  TIMELINE
Title Page
The page Vegetables
inside a book  
that tells the  
title and  
publisher  
Joel G. Jones
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information. Paris, France


2013
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Chart
Table of
Contents
Table of Contents
The Apple Tree...............................page 2
Gus the Bus.....................................page 7
Cat on Mat.......................................page 10
Sally Sue...........................................page 12
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At the Movies................................page 15
Index
Index
A C E
Acorn.........5, 12 Cat............2, 8, 87 Egg.....................25, 84
Ant..............1, 47 Cow..........4, 6, 33 Elephant...........12, 34
Apple.........2, 3, 15 Cut............12, 32 Enormous.........1, 55

B D G
Ball............3, 9, 57 Dig.............22, 90 Glue.....................39
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Bear...........3, 90 Dime.........1, 11, 31 Grass..................6, 10


Bee............6, 100 Dog............4, 5, 86 Green.................40
 
Hyperlink
A digital link in a piece of informational
text that takes you to another location
such as a website.  
Read More About African
Animals
If you would like to find more information about
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African animals visit National Geographic Kids to


read more.
Icon
A picture on a computer or digital device that
opens an application, file or website.
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Glossary
Apple- a red fruit that grows on a tree
Bear- a furry mammal that hibernates in the
winter
Dog- a mammal that barks and has four legs
Egg- a round piece of shell or liquid where a
baby reptile, bird or fish can grow inside
Frog- an amphibian that lives in a wet habitat
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Glue- a sticky solid that holds paper together


Heading
"You can find fish in many Instead of lungs, fish have
different types of water. gills. Fish can be lots of
Fish can live in freshwater or different colors. They can
saltwater. Fish can also live be all colors of the rainbow.
in brackish water which is a Fish are cold-blooded
mix between fresh water and animals. Their body
salt water. Fish do not temperature changes as
breathe air and they do not the temperature of the
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have lungs. water changes.


Guide Words
age-apple
Age- how old a living thing is,
usually measured in days, The words at
weeks, months or years
Alligator: a reptile that has the top of a
scales and lays eggs. dictionary page
Ancestor- a person with
whom you are related that let you
Ant- a small insect know which
Apple- a red fruit that grows
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on a tree words appear


Page 2
on that page.
Keyword
Words in the text that are important.
They can be bold, italics or color.
"You can find fish in Instead of lungs, fish have
many different types of gills. Fish can be lots of
water. Fish can live in different colors. They can
freshwater or saltwater. be all colors of the rainbow.
Fish can also live in Fish are cold-blooded
brackish water which is a animals. Their body
mix between fresh water temperature changes as
and salt water. Fish do the temperature of the
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not breathe air and they water changes. Fish also


do not have lungs. have scales.
Illustration &
Photograph
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photograph illustration
Timeline
a diagram that shows events in chronological
order
The Life of George Washington George
Washington
George marries dies on
Martha Custis on December 14th.
January 6th.
George George Washington
Washington is elected President
is born. of the United States.  
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1732 1759 1789 1799


Caption
Information under
a photograph that
tells more
information about
the picture.

Saturn is the sixth planet from the


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sun. Saturn has many rings of rock


and ice that orbit the planet.
Diagram
Shows the
parts of an eyepiece
object

stage
arm
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base
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arm
Label

heat
source
liquid
Text Box
Solid, Liquid, Gases
There are three types of matter.
Solids have a definite shape.
Liquids flow and take the shape of
their container. Gases also take the
shape of their container. You can
change solids, liquids and gases by
raising or lowering their
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temperature.
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Map
Cutaway
trachea   a picture
or diagram
that shows
lungs   the parts
or layers
of an
object on
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the inside
bronchi  
Bullets
a symbol
used to To-Do List
• 
make a list take out the
trash
•  walk the dog
•  homework
•  cut the grass
•  call mom
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Graph
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