This week, we're exploring non-chronological reports. People write reports to store and organise information about something. For example, you might read a report on meerkats if you want to find out more about them. Non-chronological means no particular order. So a non-chronological report on meerkats for instance, might give you an introduction, then some information about where they live, what they eat, how they're adapted to environments and so on.
There are many different examples of non-chronological reports:
Although they may take different forms, they have similar features. Here are some of the key features of a non-chronological report.
Can you spot any of these features in the examples of non-chronological reports below?
Spend a few minutes thinking about the questions below then watch the video.