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TL - Part of a book
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Includes the title of the book, author, illustrator, publishing company, and the city of publication.
Comes after the title page and tells the year in which the book was published and the owner of the copyright.
Comes before the table of contents and will tell you why the book was written and what it is about.
Table of contents
Lists the major divisions of the book by units and chapters *Front
The text of the book
Extra material at the end of a text such as maps, charts, diagrams etc.
Similar to a dictionary; gives the meanings of the important words in the book.
1.Gives a list of sources used by the author; serves as a guide for further reading
2.a list of written sources used; also called words cited or the citation page of your page
Helps you locate information; an alphabetical list of topics in the book and lists page numbers
A yearly publication containing the calendar for the coming year; statistical information *predictions
A reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with its meaning and pronunciation.
A reference book of synonyms and antonyms
A reference book with a collection of maps
An alphabetical listing of item's with a separate card for each item
A magazine or journal issued at regular intervals
A publication issued at regular and close intervals of time containing the news advertisements, special features, etc.
A computer network linking to networks worldwide
1.) Credible source
2.) Key words when searching
1. Using someone's words/ideas as your own
2. Copying information without citing the sources you used to find it.
Research writing should be in third person. Do not use I, me, my, you, etc.
Writing main ideas form a passage in your own words and making a connection between the main ideas and details.
Restating a text or passage; rewording a passage. This is a little different than summary because you do use some of the original passage. This must be cited in your bibliography.
A document that describes an event interprets and analyzes primary sources
1.) They may have pictures, quotes, or graphics of primary sources in them. Some types of secondary sources include textbooks, magazine articles, histories, criticisms, commentaries, encyclopedias.
1.) A short note recognizing a source.
2.) Another name for citations.
3.) You must cite Every source you use to find information.
A firsthand or eyewitness account of an event.
1.) They are created by witnesses or recorders who experienced the events or conditions being documented
Ex. Diary of Anne Frank
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