Good morning, Please look where I have arrows pointing on this attached worksheet. It is text inside of, for lack of better words, a "thought bubble". Can you tell me what this kind of information is called? Also, how would you format this? I wasn't sure if it would be considered displayed material or something else. Thank you! Susan
Yes, this is displayed material (set apart by "some means"). I would suggest inserting a transcriber's note that says "Think:" before each set. Even though only the first set shows solutions, the student should be given the same information the print reader has here, namely how many equations to think about. I would reproduce each set.