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Saturday, 13 July 2013

Information Reports (orang-utan) by Jia Wei

a)how are the text features different?

The zoo page:
Typographical - used bold prints as their title and the colour brown for the keywords.
Categorical - used bullets when they wanted to show the timing.
Graphical - NIL
Illustrative - used pictures describing each part of the article.

The National Geographic:
Categorical - used index in fast facts section
Typographical - used bold prints to divide "map", "audio" and "fast facts".
Graphical - Used map when ranging the number of orang-utans on earth.
Illustrative - used a picture of an orang-utan when describing it's physical appearance.

b)What are some examples of information you can find on the national geographic webpage but not on the singapore zoo webpage?

- The meaning of the malay name, "orang-utan"
- Measurement of an male orang-utan's arm

c)Which report appeals to you more? Why?

The zoo report. It has more visuals and it's data is more organised.

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