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Selective Underlining By Debbie Jones
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You will learn to: Decide what it is you want to find out. How to choose the KEY WORDS and PHRASES to underline or highlight in the text.
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Non-fiction Texts We are studying non- fiction texts. These types of texts are factual. They will contain a lot of new vocabulary related to the subject.
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What should you underline? You should start by underlining the KEY VOCABULARY. This means you underline the important words which relate to the topic. In a different colour, you should then underline words and phrases which help to explain what these important words mean.
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Let’s have a go! The following text comes from the “Roman Britain Resource Book” and is discussing the Roman Army.
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The Romans Invade Britain The men who fought in the Roman army were paid to be full-time soldiers. The army was divided up into legions. There were nearly five thousand men in a legion. They were called legionaries.
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These are words you haven’t heard before and words
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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