TEEL Essay structure

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A presentation of what TEEL is and how to use it in your writing

A presentation of what TEEL is and how to use it in your writing

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  • Thank you. I have my English exam coming up and the one thing I always forget in essays is TEEL (I always get good marks but that's only because I'm good with words... and presentation - we have projects that you do for one to two weeks that's worth 10% of your grade...).
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  • Thx allot man, i really need to know this for English class :3
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  • countries like Africa....... hmmmmm
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  • 1. TeelTask E12 english
  • 2. Persuasive text• When writing persuasive text, it is important you structure your work properly.• There are a lot of ways you can plan out your work before you start.• We are going to use the strategy called T E E L today.
  • 3. Step 1:Choose a topic
  • 4. T• T stands for topic sentence, you need to think of a topic that you are going to base your persuasive text on.• It is important that you have a clear understanding of the topic.• Example...• Poverty can lead to people suffering from malnutrition, which is caused by lack of access to food that sustains life.
  • 5. Step 2:Show evidence and examples of this issue
  • 6. E• E is for evidence or example - you need to provide evidence and examples of your issue.• Remembering you are here to prove a point and win over the readers in some way.• Use facts that are interesting that are going to catch the readers attention.• Example...• 170 million children across the world are affected by malnutrition every year. In addition, 56% of deaths of children in Third World countries are attributed to lack of access to food.
  • 7. Step 3:Evaluate the piece of writing
  • 8. E• E is for evaluation and explanation, you need to sum up your arguments or facts, using appropriate wording like: therefore, consequently, this means that.• Explain what it means, you may even use a rhetorical question to be convincing• Example:• This mean that over half of the suffering of children in countries like Africa is due to not having enough to eat.
  • 9. What is a rhetorical question?It is a question that you arent really supposed to answer. Example: Do you need all the food piled on your plate everyday?Yes, and so do all the children in Africa but they have none. Something needs to be done.
  • 10. Step 4:link up your work
  • 11. L• L stands for links. At the end of your writing you need to link up your work.• Make sure it makes sense when you link it up, and that it relates to the next topic/paragraph• Example...• This is not the only problem affecting poverty at the moment, pollution that leads to the spreading of diseases is also something that needs to be addressed.
  • 12. Thank you for watching Laura Dunstan 8A