GenresQuestion: Has real facts
Question: Not real, fantasy
Question: Setting, characters, plot
Question: Doesn't follow sentence structure.
Question: Story based on historical facts with fictional characters.
Answer: Historical Fiction
SourcesQuestion: Full of numbers and statistics.
Question: You would use this source to plan a trip from Tucson to Disneyland.
Question: You would use this source to see how much rain Arizona received in 2012.
Question: You would use this source to find out information about Arizona.
Question: You would use this source to find out how many syllables are in the word soccer.
Parts of a ParagraphQuestion: Last sentence in a paragraph.
Sums of the paragraph.
Answer: Concluding sentence.
Question: Details that support the main idea.
Answer: Supporting Sentence
Question: Main idea of the paragraph.
Tells you what the paragraph is going to be about.
Answer: Topic Sentence.
Question: Every paragraph starts with an ____________.
Question: Topic sentence, supporting details, concluding sentence.
Answer: List the 3 parts of a paragraph in order.
When to Use SourcesQuestion: You would use this source to find a better word for smart.
Question: Where you would find information about what is going on in Parker?
Question: Where you would find articles about a particular place or thing?
Question: Where you would find a route to travel from California to New York?
Question: Where you would find timely information about glamor, fashion, and style?
Hodge Podge QuestionsQuestion: Has real facts?
Question: A story in one's own words. Uses words like I, my.
Question: A story with characters and settings that could not exist in real life?
Question: A story of someone's life that they write about themselves?
Question: A story that is written about someone's life?