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The point is that though it’s time consuming and there are a lot of tasks one has to do that have nothing to do with writing, there is also the satisfaction of creating the book from start to finish beyond just the word smithing.

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(For example, if something you say admits of more than one interpretation, he's going to assume you meant the less plausible thing.) If you understand the material you're writing about, and if you aim your paper at such a reader, you'll probably get an A.

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Explain that as they watch the video they have to make detailed notes on their impressions of their person. You could write these prompts on the board:

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This handout explains the functions of introductions, offers strategies for writing effective ones, helps you check drafted ones, and provides examples.

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Tell us your first impressions of this island!

NSC (3-4) - List five things you can see on your island and describe each one with an adjective (EG 'long beach')

C (4a-5b) - Write a paragraph (minimum) on what your senses take in from where you are in the island (EG I could hear...as I felt...)

VC (5a and above) - Write two paragraphs that not only use senses to describe but body parts, too (EG my skin felt the ____ heat as my fingers reached out for....) Describe your emotions and feelings in two paragraphs on your first night on the island.

- Consider the home you've left behind
- What is the weather like at night?

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Target language: verbs describing direct speech; use of adverbs and present participles for extra information about the speaker; inversion of subject and verb for dramatic emphasisTime: Either as a two-hour lesson, two one-hour lessons or a one-hour lesson plus homework.Teacher’s notes:The lesson starts on an upbeat so energises a tired writing class. A “Fable swap milling exercise” makes students retell their own fable eight times. Each repetition should help to increase confidence and fluency and gives students a chance to correct and elaborate. Encourage this. This first step also allows exposure to the target language pinpointed in the analysis stage later. Steps:Some fables links:A site with a large list of Aesop's fables including some with audio files:
This university site is really worth a visit. It is the creation of a computer studies course in which students have to illustrate the traditional Aesop's fables along side their own retellings of the fables in a modern setting.
Another great site with lots of interactive tools for young students to have fun with. Students enter their personal details and they are integrated into stories and fables.

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For example, instead of writing a paper which provides a totally solid defense of view P, you can instead change tactics and write a paper which goes like this: