Underlined Title - informing reader of the subject of the leaflet.
Subheadings - underline them
- Introduce the subject matter
- Use question/answer format
Paragraph 2, 3 & 4
- Each one talks of a seperate aspect of the subject of the leaflet
- Give the reader hints at what to do next
- Further contact details
- Why they should take your advise
Somewhere between formal and informal.
- Giving people advice
- Telling people what to do
- Giving general information
- Persuasive language techniques
- Connectives to link paragraphs
Consider PURPOSE and AUDIENCE when writing.
Ensure it is layed out neatly - subheadings
Use appropriate language and tone that matches the purpose and audience of the leaflet.
LANGUAGE AND TONE, LANGUAGE AND TONE, LANGUAGE AND TONE!!!!!!!!!!!
- it could be supportive, informative, non-judgemental – possibly with a modicum of humour.
- informative, lots of helpful advice and hints, make it sound easy, use persuasive features, sound positive.
- fun, exciting, persuasive, detailed, organised logically
If you are writing in Informal English do not…