I use this for my one-to-one teaching to start talking about a) planning and b) persuasive writing.
Students start by reading through and providing a quick summary.
Then they deduce a document map of each paragraph (bullet point key words or mind-map). I focus on the W?s and opinions used by the writer.
They continue by highlighting features that make it a persuasive text, extending with ways of making it even more effective.
The next stage is to plan their own persuasive piece, using this text as an example of structure.
Let me know what you think and how you could use it!
Tes classic free licence
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