FC: Text Features
1: By Peyton Thomas Hour 5/6
2: Title | The name of a document.
4: An impression of data using x and y axis. | Graph
6: A visual impression showing the relationship between two or more things. | Chart
8: A visual impression of a given space and the objects that are in that given space. | Map
10: Key or Legend | An area of reference on a map, chart, or graph that shows and explains what symbols, patterns, colors, and shadings mean on the map, chart, or graph.
12: Table | A way of showing data in rows and columns.
14: Picture | A visual impression of a person, scene, object, or reflection.
16: Illustration | A piece of art that helps tell a story or represents something. It also helps make something clearer and/or attractive.
18: Heading | A title of a chapter, section, or page.
20: Subheading | A secondary heading added to a section to divide the section into more detailed sections.
22: Caption | The text next to, above, or below a picture or illustration describing what the picture is.
23: Taylor Lautner at the beach doing some flips.
24: Sidebar | A short text that usually supports or expands a thought in the main text. This is usually in a box off to the side.
26: Numbered List | A list in which each point is listed with a number or letter.
28: Bulleted List | A list in which each point is listed with a graphic symbol.
30: Table of Contents | A list of the major chapters and their page numbers in a book. The table of Contents is used to help you find a chapter faster and easier.
32: Glossary | A mini personal dictionary for the key terms in a specific book. The glossary is in alphabetical order.
34: Index | An alphabetical list of the book's full content. It also indicates what page you can find that specific topic, term, name, or place on.
36: Footnotes | Footnotes are numbered notes or comments at the bottom or side of a page. These give extra detail about something on the page.
38: Annotations | A note added to the text or document to explain something.
40: Typeface | Boldface Type : thicker and darker letters to emphasize certain words. Italicized Type : slanted letters for adding tone to printed words. Underlined Type : a line appears under letters, words, and phrases.