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2. Which are Rothery's Categories?

  • Observation/ Comment and Expressive
  • Observation/ Comment, Recount and Report
  • Recount, Report and Conventional Letters
  • Observation/ Comment, Recount and Conventional Letters

3. Which feature in Britton's theory does using: rhyme, rhythm, adjectives and similes comply with?

  • Recount
  • Poetic
  • Transactional
  • Expressive

4. Which is the order of Cathy Barclay's 7 Stage Theory?

  • 1 - Inventive 2 - Conventional 3 - Scribbling 4 - Mock Letters 5 - Mock Handwriting 6 - Phonetic Spelling 7 - Correct
  • 1 - Scribbling 2 - Mock Handwriting 3 - Mock Letters 4 - Conventional Letters 5 - Inventive Spelling 6 - Phonetic Spelling 7 - Correct Spelling
  • 1 - Mock Handwriting 2 - Scribbling 3 - Mock Letters 4 - Inventive spelling 5 -Conventional Letters 6 - Phonetic 7 - Correct
  • 1 - Scribbling 2 - Mock Letters 3 - Conventional Letters 4 - Mock Handwriting 5 - Phonetic Spelling 6 - Inventive Spelling 7 - Correct

5. In Britton's theory what does the 'Expressive' feature mean?

  • Factual and objective description of events.
  • Usually resembles speech, often written with a first person perspective.
  • Impersonal style and tone with formal sentence structure.
  • Uses rhyme, rhythm, adjectives and similes.

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