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Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Information Texts

  1. What are information texts?
    The interactive information texts are reference-type books packed with facts on subjects including mammals and birds; minibeasts; reptiles and amphibians; plants and trees; space and toys; and vehicles.
They are non-chronological and often include features such as contexts and index pages to help children find information quickly. [Source: http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6109352]
     2.Where are they are commonly found?
    Books, Poems, etc.(Something you use for reference and gives you more ideas for something)

     3.The Structure
    Normal Structure

     4.The Language Features

    Uses Present Tense, proper Vocabulary and Grammar.

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