This lesson will help students recognize when to insert graphics on an informational text. It will also walk them through which graphics would work best for the context. They will better understand how informational text is written and how each component of written text enhances readability and comprehension. Students will learn that informational texts are organized to introduce, explain, and convey complex ideas in comprehensible formats.
This lesson will also illustrate how and when to insert graphics materials like photos, illustrations, charts, and graphs. With strategic use of headings, multimedia components, and other formatting techniques, students will learn to produce writing that is both engaging and easy to read.