Vocabulary 13 Reading for Information
Special design elements used to guide readers through informational articles and web pages.
Describes the topic of the article.
Identifies the topic that the article focuses on.
Describes what is shown in a photograph.
Provides additional information.
The most important ideas about a topic that a writer wants to convey to readers.
Used to further explain main ideas, such as statistics and examples.
Often states the main idea of a paragraph or a section.
Means not directly stated.
These help to explain information and include maps, photographs, or graphs.
To use your own words to retell the main idea of a spoken or written work.
Existing only in the imagination.