Terms in this set (8)
to give information
A label or brief explanation that accompanies a photograph or an illustration.
A main point that the author is making (also called a main idea). In other words, it's what the article is about.
The name of the article. Identifies the topic and may provide clues to the type of article or organizational structure. Grabs the reader's attention and tells him what to expect.
It's the beginning of the feature article, the place where the writer introduces the reader to the topic. The lead may take the form of a story, an example, or some other creative approach. Which ever way the writer chooses to write the lead the goal is to introduce the topic and hook the reader's interest.
Bolded section titles. Their job is to describe either by word, phrase, or question the content of individual sections of the article.
It is made up of paragraphs.
It's where the majority of the facts can be found.
Information in feature articles are often organized into 2-4 of these.
(psst. it comes with its own heading)
A smaller title that follows the main title and is used to give the reader additional information. It follows with a more detailed explanation of what the article promises to deliver.