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Writing 2 na Writing 2 na Presentation Transcript

  • Writing skills
    • Guidelines for writing success
    • Types of composition
    • Rubrics / instructions
    • Brainstorming for ideas
    • Planning the layout
    • Topic sentences & supporting sentences
    • Linking words & phrases
    • Techniques
    • Style
    • Editing
  • Types of writing for 2NA 1st Term : Opinion Essay , Narrative , Report 2nd Term : For /Against article, Formal letter , Book Review 3rd Term : Report , Opinion Essay View slide
    • Rubrics & instructions
    • Key words/phrases
    • Imaginary situation
    • Reader > style
    • Type of writing
    • Specific topics/ issues/ events…
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    • Brainstorming for ideas
    • Write down anything related
    • Group ideas & cross out any irrelevant
    • Organise in logical order
    • check
    • Planning the layout
    • Organise ideas COHERENTLY
    • One idea per paragraph
    • Introduction : short, purpose, general idea, catchy!
    • Main body : 2+, develop each point separately
    • Conclusion : short, summarise main idea, restate opinion in different words, general comments, express feelings…
  • Topic sentences Introduces / summarises the main topic of the paragraph, gives an idea of what the paragraph will be about. Supporting sentences Provides examples, details, reasons, justifications, evidence to support the topic sentence.
    • Linking words and phrases
    • More interesting
    • Easier to understand
    • Join short sentences into longer ones
    • Show how ideas are related: contrast, sequence, cause, time…
    • Provides COHESION
    • Writing techniques
    • Address the reader directly
    • Use indirect speech
    • A quotation
    • A proverb/ saying
    • Use a rhetorical question
    • Setting the scene
    • Variety of adjectives, adverbs, verbs…
  • Writing style Formal Advanced vocabulary, longer sentences, no short forms, impersonal tone (passive, factual presentation of the info), formal links Informal Everyday/ colloquial expressions, vocab , short forms, simple links, personal tone (1st p., vivid description)
    • Editing
    • Word order
    • Basic grammar
    • Avoid repetition
    • Spelling
    • Punctuation
    • Margins, overall presentation