Authors of non-chronological reports organise the facts and information carefully to make it easier (and more fun) for the reader.
We already know that the TITLE lets the reader know what the report is about.
Yesterday we found out that the SUBHEADING guides the reader and tells them what the paragraph or section is about.
We also know that a GLOSSARY is an alphabetical list of important words about the subject.
But what about the PICTURES? Why are they important?
And why do some of them have LABELS?
Have a look at this example. Why does this report have a picture of a bee with labels on it?
Your task today is to draw a picture of your favourite animal on Purple Mash and label the parts of the body like the example above.