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the summer reading program in our school is basically thrown together in a couple of minutes...

I'm asked the following...

"Choose three of the following and describe how effectively the author used them, giving examples for support (headings, subheadings, illustrations, captions, maps, charts, diagrams)"

ok what exactly in a book is a heading and subheading...

my book uses none of the other things because the cover picture wasn't created by the author and no pictures were in the book neither were charts or diagrams

  • Summer Reading - ,

    The primary ting I can think of that might be of use is to look at the title of the book. This one -- -- for example, has a title (Dreams and Shadows) and a subtitle (The Future of the Middle East). In listing a book like this on a Works Cited page, you'd do it this way: Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East.

    If your book has no headings, subheadings, charts, illustrations, etc., perhaps it has a title and subtitle -- and these are always interesting, I think -- indicating where the author is taking his/her book.

    What do you find?

  • Summer Reading - ,

    "thing" not "ting" !!

    typos = :(

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