Reading Graphics Study Guide
In this lesson, you'll take a look at the way authors use special features to give you information visually!
Authors use graphic features to help clarify ideas or give readers additional information to that given in the text. Here are some common graphic features you may find in fiction and nonfiction:
Before you read a book or article, skim and scan to look for graphics. Use them to try to predict what the material is all about.
Practice exercises for this study guide can be found at:
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