Mixed texts

Definition

Coherent objects consisting of a set of elements in both a continuous and non-continuous text format. Its components.For example, an explanation (in continuous text) of a graph or table (non-continuous text) where both are mutually supportive through coherence and cohesion links. This is a common format in magazines, reference books and reports, where authors employ a variety of presentations to communicate information.

Source definition

OECD 2015 PISA reading framework