A colleague has been handed a worksheet that contains numerous boxed material and in each box the items are all centered. They are simple word definitions and basic text that normally a student would see in paragraph format. I feel like there's a rule or suggestion that I could refer them to about ignoring this type of format that's merely for visual effect. This is for a third grader. I looked in the Braille Formats Principles of Print-to-Braille Transcription, 2016 and just couldn't locate anything.
Does this exist, or should they box and center the entire worksheet?
In braille, it is not a good idea to have ONLY centered text. Centered text implies a heading...which is then followed by something. The material in the box should be changed to a list or paragraphs or something that begins at the margin. Centered material by itself could be hard to locate on the page and hard to follow as it goes from line to line.