I am transcribing a workbook that has quite a few picture icons in it. It is for a 4th grader, and so I am trying to think of ways to simplify whenever possible. Can you please look at the heading where it says Think About inside of the arrow and tell me how you might recommend this to be handled? It is UEB/Nemeth. There are several different similar types of arrows within the headings that have different words in it, like Connect, Apply, etc.
You do not need to retain the arrow. Just put the words in. A suggestion: Do them in bold and put a TN on the TN page that says parts of some headings are enclosed in arrows in print. In Braille, those parts of the heading are in boldface. [Or something like that] If you already have bold in some parts of headings, use underlining or script.