Concepts of print | Recognitions of title page, margins, illustrations, pictures, and diagrams label


Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we shall be discussing Concepts of Print. This is where we learn about the various elements of printed texts and materials, like title pages, margins, illustrations, pictures, diagrams, and labels.

Concepts of print | Recognitions of title page, margins, illustrations, pictures, and diagrams label


Imagine we’re detectives, uncovering the secrets hidden within printed materials! 🕵️‍♂️📚 Today, we’ll learn how to recognize and understand different elements of printed texts and materials. You’ll discover how to navigate books, articles, and more like a true print expert. Ready to embark on this printing adventure? Let’s start this exploration!

The Intriguing Elements of Print:

The Intriguing Elements of Print

Printed materials have a language of their own. Let’s explore these elements:

Title Page:

Title Page

 Imagine the title page as the face of a book. It tells you the book’s title, author, and sometimes the illustrator. It’s like meeting a new friend!

Margins: Think of margins as the cozy space around the words. They give the text room to breathe and make it easier to read.

Illustrations and Pictures

Illustrations and Pictures

These are like windows into the story. They show you what characters, places, or objects look like. They add color and life to the words.

Diagrams: Diagrams are like maps that help you understand complex ideas. They break things down into visual steps, making learning easier.


 Labels are like name tags for things in pictures or diagrams. They tell you what each part is called.

Your Printing Exploration:

I want you to open a book or printed material and explore its elements:

Find the title page and note the book’s title and author.

Look at the margins and notice how they create space around the text.

Study any illustrations, pictures, or diagrams. 

If there are labels, I want you to read them to understand what each part is.

Evaluation and Questions:

Why do you think illustrations and diagrams are used in printed materials? How do these elements make reading more interesting?


Over the weekend, find different types of printed materials like books, magazines, or articles. Explore their elements and discuss what you’ve discovered with your family.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Concepts of print | Recognition of reading materials.

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