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2011formalwriting

  1. 1. InsertedImage.gifFORMAL WRITING
  2. 2. Possible questions for formal essays:iPads should be part of the modern day classroom.Social networks like Facebook have negatively affected the way we communicate.Music stores, book shops and libraries are a thing of the past.Participation in sport should be compulsory at all school levels.Exams should be scrapped in favour of internal assessments.Violent music videos, and course language in lyrics, negatively affects teenage behaviour.
  3. 3. Choose a topic then….Brainstorm three main points: Topic
  4. 4. ExamplesFor each point, brainstorm an example/ research to back up your viewpoint:Point 1: + examplePoint 2: + examplePoint 3: + example
  5. 5. I.S.R.A.E.LNext to each letter, write an example to fit the topic.Imperative =Short sentence/statistic =Rhetorical question =Anecdote =Example =Listing =
  6. 6. IntroductionWrite your introduction. Include:An anecdote OR rhetorical question OR imperativeYour opinion on the topicThe 3 points that you will cover
  7. 7. Body ParagraphsWrite your 3 body paragraphs. Include:The point of the paragraphTechniques from ISRAELA clear link back to the topic and your opinion
  8. 8. ConclusionWrite your conclusion. Include:Your opinion on the topicA summary of your 3 pointsA rhetorical question to leave the reader with something to think about.

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