Text Features are structures that authors use to organize information, to cue readers and to clarify content. Sometimes text features/structures are invisible to students unless instructors explicitly point them out or teach them.
Text features/structures fall into broad categories:
Conventions of text (titles, headings, subheadings, legends, illustrations, etc.)
Conventions of print (bold type, italics, white space, punctuation, etc.)
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