1) What are information texts?
Information texts are texts that give you information, contain facts that are non-fictional.
2) Where they are commonly found?
They are commonly found in newspapers and texts books.
3) The structure?
The structure of information texts are split into 3 parts; Narrative fiction, persuasion and information. They are pieced together. Example: Tigers mark their territory by scratching trees. They leave a scent that comes from their paws. If tigers are to survive, we must look after them.
4) The language features
The language features are that they are often written in third person view and in past tense.