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    • EC Cambridge Upper Intermediate 3 FCE Guided writing hand out Examination criteria Students are marked on:- Content:  Development of the task Organisation and cohesion  Clear and understandable ideas and language with appropriate links between each paragraph. Range  A good variety of structure and vocabulary – description; explanation; opinion. Accuracy  A high level of accuracy – tense; syntax; punctuation Appropriacy of register and format  In accordance with the task requirements – consistent throughout Target reader  The reader would be fully informed Plan your work and work your plan Put yourself in the zone! AIM: Task compliance: Always read the question carefully and underline the key words. Create a tick box of the task requirements. This could also be used as a quick plan. Question Register Question specific Set expressions to Type: vocabulary. use. • Letter • Formal e.g. • Article • Informal 1: Theme: Hi………….. • Review • Neutral Can’t wait to hear from you. • Story Best wishes 2: Vocabulary: Regards What must be Dear Sir/Madam – yours included:- faithfully 1. Abbreviations Dear Mr Smith/John etc – yours YES/NO sincerely 2. Remember rules for I am writing to enquire/inform capital letters. I look forward to hearing from you in due course. 3. Check your spelling I should be grateful if you would…. 4. Check your tenses When are you writing about? Madge McClary October 2009
    • EC Cambridge Upper Intermediate 3 FCE Guided writing hand out