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T7 comparison

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  3. 3. In pairs take the cut up pieces of three different persuasive texts.<br /> Place them in the order that you think is correct.<br />Check if you were right!<br />Glue the pieces in your workbook in their correct position.<br />Persuasive Text Matchup<br />
  4. 4. Stay Safe in the Sun.<br />Going out in the burning sun without sensible protection is extremely dangerous.<br />The first reason is that you can get horrible skin cancers because of damaging light rays.<br />The second reason is that you can get horrible skin cancers because of damaging light rays.<br />Another reason is that too much time out in bright sunlight can badly hurt your eyes.<br />Remember to wear a hat, put on a shirt, use sunscreen and wear sunnies.<br />
  5. 5. Too much news<br />Dear program manager.<br />There’s too much news on your channel. You have it on every morning for two hours. Then you have another thirty minutes at 11.00a.m. Followed by another hour at lunchtime with ANOTHER TWO HOURS starting at 5 o’clock and AGAIN at 9 o’clock with news breaks all day!!<br />That’s just too much news because:<br />1. Like I said above, you show news for HOURS and HOURS.<br />2. You repeat all the same stories and that makes news REALLY BORING.<br />3. Your news is usually BAD NEWS which just makes us feel MISERABLE instead of happy.<br />Please, please take off some of the news. <br />Thank you from Samantha. <br />
  6. 6. Australia needs more national parks.<br />Australia desperately needs more National Parks. Currently there are five hundred and sixteen national parks in Australia including eleven World Heritage areas. That may seem a lot, but in terms of area, they only cover 3.42 per cent of the land surface of the continent.<br />There is an urgent need to increase the number of National Parks in Australia.<br />Most importantly, we need more parks in order to preserve our embattled flora and fauna species. The Australian continent is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Human activity has put many of these species at risk. Over 110 species of Australian plants and animals are already extinct and over 630 species are classified as endangered.<br />In addition, creating new National Parks will relieve the pressures of crowding in existing park areas and allow ore room for the thousands of people who visit National parks each year.<br />Lastly, we all have a responsibility to future generations. We have a responsibility to future generations. We have to conserve our precious living resources before they disappear and are lost forever.<br />It is essential that Australia increases the number of National Parks to improve the quality of life for all the plants, animals and people that inhabit this beautiful continent.<br />
  7. 7. What does a persuasive text include? <br />. <br />Position <br />(point of view)<br />Apostrophes<br />Capital <br />letters<br />Sentences<br />Paragraphs<br />Contractions<br />Endings<br />Arguments<br />Summary/conclusion<br />Heading<br />Commas<br />
  8. 8. Stay Safe in the Sun (find position, arguments and conclusion).<br />Going out in the burning sun without sensible protection is extremely dangerous. <br />The first reason is that you can get horrible skin cancers because of damaging light rays.<br />The second reason is that you can get horrible skin cancers because of damaging light rays.<br />Another reason is that too much time out in bright sunlight can badly hurt your eyes.<br />Remember to wear a hat, put on a shirt, use sunscreen and wear sunnies.<br />position<br />Arguments/<br />evidence<br />Summary/<br />conclusion<br />
  9. 9. Too much news- highlight endings, apostrophes and capital letters.<br />Dear program manager.<br />There’s too much news on your channel. You have it on every morning for two hours. Then you have another thirty minutes at 11.00a.m. Followed by another hour at lunchtime with ANOTHER TWO HOURS starting at 5 o’clock and AGAIN at 9 o’clock with news breaks all day!!<br />That’s just too much news because:<br />1. Like I said above, you show news for HOURS and HOURS.<br />2. You repeat all the same stories and that makes news REALLY BORING.<br />3. Your news is usually BAD NEWS which just makes us feel MISERABLE instead of happy.<br />Please, please take off some of the news. <br />Thank you from Samantha. <br />Discussion point.<br />Why is some of the words written in capitals?<br />
  10. 10. Too much news- highlight endings, apostrophes and capital letters.<br />Dear program manager.<br />There’s too much news on your channel. You have it on every morning for two hours.Then you have another thirty minutes at 11.00a.m.Followed by another hour at lunchtime with ANOTHER TWO HOURS starting at 5 o’clock and AGAIN at 9 o’clock with news breaks all day!!<br />That’s just too much news because:<br />1. Like I said above, you show news for HOURS and HOURS.<br />2. You repeat all the same stories and that makes news REALLY BORING.<br />3. Your news is usually BAD NEWS which just makes us feel MISERABLE instead of happy.<br />Please, please take off some of the news.<br />Thank you from Samantha. <br />Discussion point.<br />Why is some of the words written in capitals?<br />
  11. 11. Australia needs more national parks. Highlight all the new paragraphs.<br />Australia desperately needs more National Parks. Currently there are five hundred and sixteen national parks in Australia including eleven World Heritage areas. That may seem a lot, but in terms of area, they only cover 3.42 per cent of the land surface of the continent.<br />There is an urgent need to increase the number of National Parks in Australia.<br />Most importantly, we need more parks in order to preserve our embattled flora and fauna species. The Australian continent is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Human activity has put many of these species at risk. Over 110 species of Australian plants and animals are already extinct and over 630 species are classified as endangered.<br />In addition, creating new National Parks will relieve the pressures of crowding in existing park areas and allow ore room for the thousands of people who visit National parks each year.<br />Lastly, we all have a responsibility to future generations. We have a responsibility to future generations. We have to conserve our precious living resources before they disappear and are lost forever.<br />It is essential that Australia increases the number of National Parks to improve the quality of life for all the plants, animals and people that inhabit this beautiful continent.<br />
  12. 12. Pair and share with a partner. Write your ideas in your workbook then discuss with the whole class.<br />How do the three texts differ?<br />

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