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With non-chronological report writing, facts do not have to be in any order but they do need to be grouped so we talk about one subject area under one subheading.
In order to know where to put a fact, and which subheading it links to, we need to do 3 things...
1. Read it
2. Understand it
3. Look for clues
When looking for clues, you should pick out key vocabulary that links with the subheadings. Lay out all the subheadings and read each fact individually before asking yourself which subheading does this fact link to?
Cut out all the facts, subheadings, the introduction and heading. Lay them out. Read each fact in turn and place it in its correct place. You may change the order of the facts under the subheadings so they flow better. You can stick them down on a large piece of paper when you have finished.
How do the animals stay warm with those freezing temperatures, icy water and wind?
The special layer of fat called blubber helps keep the body heat inside their bodies. This is called insulation. Many animals including polar bears and penguins have adapted to survive in cold environments. There are other ways they have adapted too.