2. They can be found on textbooks, flyers, and books. Information texts might also appear in mind maps, texts with pictures, infographics, and journals.
3. The structure of the info graphics consist of the heading, the introductory paragraph, body paragraph with subheadings, conclusion, visual elements, glossary, and bibliography (it is a list of resources like books, which were used to help write the information text; aka credits).
4. They must be written in a proper language, which uses proper vocabulary and grammar. It must be in present tense, adjetives and formal language