Fiction is fake non fiction is real review text

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Fiction is fake, non-fiction is real. Review text features , and be able to evaluate the author’s use of them. Headings Graphics Glossaries Bold, Italics, or Underline Links and footnotes Analyze context clues, and be able to identify the significance of using them. This is when context can be helpful. Context is information that surrounds and informs the word you do not understand. It includes essential details that can help you figure out the meaning of a word or phrase on your own. Evaluate connotations and what makes them effective to the writing. The connotation of a word or phrase is what it suggests. This is a feeling or memory that many people associate with the word. Review Central Idea How does the author want you to feel? What special word choices has the author made to give you a specific reaction? What descriptions has the author given to show you important information? If you had to sum this up in two sentences, what would you say? · Review comparing and contrasting, and be able to identify real-world applications of its use. but · COMPARING and, similarly, in comparison, both, same, alike, likewise CONTRASTING unlike, in contrast, however, neither, than on the other hand · You can make every day decisions by comparing and contrasting Imagine that you are completing a research paper for your course, and be able to effectively plan a course of action to submit an A paper . Look for headings that mention your career or details that relate to it. Write in your notes where you find these headings so that you can refer to them again. Find any graphics that indicate important information about your career. Remember where you found these graphics and what they are called. Check for any words you don't understand. Look up their meanings and write them down for reference.
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