English paper 2 question 5

Write to explain
Explain what you think about…
1 of 9
Write to argue
Argue the case for or against the statement that…
2 of 9
Write to persuade
Persuade the writer of the statement that...
3 of 9
Write to instruct/advise
Advise the reader of
4 of 9
Letter
the use of addresses, a date, a formal mode of address if required e.g. Dear Sir/Madam or a named recipient, effectively/fluently sequenced paragraphs an appropriate mode of signing off: Yours sincerely/faithfully.
5 of 9
Article
A clear/apt/orginal title, a strapline, subheadings, an introductory (overview) paragraph, effectively/fluently sequenced paragraphs.
6 of 9
Leaflet
a clear/apt/original title, organisational devices such as inventive subheadings or boxes bullet points, effectively/fluently sequenced paragraphs.
7 of 9
Speech
a clear address to an audience, effective/fluently linked sections to indicate sequence, rhetorical indicators that an audience is being addressed throughout, a clear sign off e.g. ‘Thank you for listening’.
8 of 9
Essay
an effective introduction and convincing conclusion, effectively/fluently linked paragraphs to sequence a range of ideas.
9 of 9

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Card 2

Front

Argue the case for or against the statement that…

Back

Write to argue

Card 3

Front

Persuade the writer of the statement that...

Back

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Card 4

Front

Advise the reader of

Back

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Card 5

Front

the use of addresses, a date, a formal mode of address if required e.g. Dear Sir/Madam or a named recipient, effectively/fluently sequenced paragraphs an appropriate mode of signing off: Yours sincerely/faithfully.

Back

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