Parts of a Book Powerpoint (MS Standard 2a2)

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Main Parts of a Book:

Main Parts of a Book Non-fiction Texts & Textbooks

2a2 - Parts of a book - title page, table of contents, glossary, index, appendix, footnotes, sidebar, etc. (DOK2) RSL 5,9,10 RSIT 5,10 LSL HSS 1,5,7,10 LSLSTS 1,5,7,9 :

2a2 - Parts of a book - title page, table of contents, glossary, index, appendix, footnotes, sidebar, etc. (DOK2) RSL 5,9,10 RSIT 5,10 LSL HSS 1,5,7,10 LSLSTS 1,5,7,9

Introduction:

Introduction Knowing the parts of a book help you find information faster and more efficiently. It will save you time and effort especially when it comes to writing your bibliography.

Title Page:

Title Page Title Author/Editor Publisher Where published

Copyright page:

Copyright page Who owns the right to the book When it was published

Table of Contents:

Table of Contents Lists the chapters and page numbers Helps to know the main ideas covered at a glance

Body or Text:

Body or Text This is the written sections chapter by chapter.

Glossary:

Glossary Dictionary format Includes new or unfamiliar words Listed in alphabetical order Meanings of important words

Index:

Index Alphabetical listing of names and ideas Page numbers are included

Bibliography:

Bibliography Lists all references used by the author in writing the book.

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Appendix In a book with multiple appendices, appendices are identified by letter, as in “Appendix A,” “Appendix B,” and so forth. An appendix is a section at the end of a book which includes supplementary information which may be of interest or use to the reader. Appendices are also used to support the qualifications of the author, and to increase the credibility of the publication.

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Footnotes In books, a number often leads you to the bottom of the page, where there might be a few sentences explaining or expanding on the material. Let's call that an "informational footnote." Also in books, a number can lead you to the bottom of the page (or the end of the chapter, or the end of the book), where there might be information about another book, article, etc., that relates in some way to the material. Let's call that a "reference citation."

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Sidebar A typographically distinct section of a page, as in a book or magazine, that amplifies or highlights the main text. A subordinate or incidental issue, remark, activity, etc.

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