WRITING TO ARGUE<br />
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to say…<br /><ul><li> I can give develop my ideas of an understanding of ‘for’...
 I can share my ideas with others about the topic given.</li></li></ul><li>What is the title?<br />ONLINE DATING<br />What...
Plenary<br /><ul><li>Time to share your ideas with another pair
Find the pair next to you, form a group and share your ideas
Write the points in another sheet of handout
Stick them on the blackboard when done</li></li></ul><li>Remember!<br />
Think PALL always when planning<br />Purpose – why are you writing?<br />Audience – who is this for? <br />Language – what...
Reminder –Balanced argument<br />Title<br />A simple statement or question to draw attention to the issue.<br />Introducti...
Reminder – Balanced argument<br />Points ‘for’ – Paragraph 2<br />‘Firstly’ or ‘The first reason is’… Do not put your own ...
Reminder –Balanced argument<br />Points ‘Against’ – Paragraph 5<br />‘However’. Argument without giving your own view.<br ...
How do you write a balanced argument?<br />Conclusion – Paragraph 8<br />‘To sum up the argument’ or ‘Above all else’ or ‘...
Argumentative framework<br />I believe that .................................................................................
Argumentative framework<br />In addition, .................................................. <br />OR  Perhaps ..............
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A1 How To Write Arguementative Writing

  1. 1. WRITING TO ARGUE<br />
  2. 2. At the end of this lesson, you will be able to say…<br /><ul><li> I can give develop my ideas of an understanding of ‘for’ and ‘against’.
  3. 3. I can share my ideas with others about the topic given.</li></li></ul><li>What is the title?<br />ONLINE DATING<br />What are your views?<br />Worksheet on one side<br />In pairs, write down your points on the sheet of handout (‘for’ or ‘against’)<br />
  4. 4. Plenary<br /><ul><li>Time to share your ideas with another pair
  5. 5. Find the pair next to you, form a group and share your ideas
  6. 6. Write the points in another sheet of handout
  7. 7. Stick them on the blackboard when done</li></li></ul><li>Remember!<br />
  8. 8. Think PALL always when planning<br />Purpose – why are you writing?<br />Audience – who is this for? <br />Language – what type of language should you use? – formal, informal, technical, descriptive<br />Layout – structure, paragraphs, look on the page <br />P<br />A<br />L<br />L<br />
  9. 9. Reminder –Balanced argument<br />Title<br />A simple statement or question to draw attention to the issue.<br />Introduction – Paragraph 1<br />Short opening, explaining how the issue came about. That is the thesis statement. Do not put any views of your own in this section.<br />
  10. 10. Reminder – Balanced argument<br />Points ‘for’ – Paragraph 2<br />‘Firstly’ or ‘The first reason is’… Do not put your own point of view.<br />Points ‘for’ – Paragraph 3<br />‘Furthermore’ or ‘Indeed, it could be said that…’ but still do not give your own opinion.<br />Points ‘for’ – Paragraph 4<br />‘Perhaps’ or ‘In addition’. Try to give evidence to support the point if you can.<br />
  11. 11. Reminder –Balanced argument<br />Points ‘Against’ – Paragraph 5<br />‘However’. Argument without giving your own view.<br />Points ‘Against’ – Paragraph 6<br />‘Despite’, ‘On the other hand’ or ‘In contrast’. <br />Points ‘Against’ – Paragraph 7<br />Use ‘Finally’ to begin your last point. Still do not give your opinion.<br />
  12. 12. How do you write a balanced argument?<br />Conclusion – Paragraph 8<br />‘To sum up the argument’ or ‘Above all else’ or ‘In conclusion. You can give your own views, and conclude either in favour of or against the issue.<br />
  13. 13. Argumentative framework<br />I believe that ................................................................................ <br />There are many reasons to support my argument and these include ................................................................................<br />The first reason is ...................................................................... <br />OR Firstly, ...................................................<br />Furthermore, ................................................<br />OR it could be said that…, ...................................................................... <br />
  14. 14. Argumentative framework<br />In addition, .................................................. <br />OR Perhaps ..............................................<br />To sum up the argument, ..................................................................... <br />OR In a nutshell, .....................................................................<br />Second format of writing the essay.<br />Difference: Counter-arguments in the three points.<br />
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  16. 16. What effectivephrases could we use in our argument?<br />
  17. 17. To round up for the day<br />Weekend activity<br /><ul><li>Draft.
  18. 18. Develop from the points today and write the body (for and against) into paragraphs.
  19. 19. Please bring your drafts back on Monday.</li>
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