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2. Understand the structure of a chapter

Your textbook is carefully designed to be user friendly. The key features are:

  • beginning - including chapter outline, learning outcomes, key terms
  • middle - content with clearly recognisable headings and sub-headings and recall questions after each short section
  • end-relates chapter to larger context through critical thinking questions and legal and ethical issues summary.

Structural features of a chapter highlighting beginning middle and end

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