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Total coursebook expansion! Check out the resources below, which directly relate to some of the activities mentioned in the text!
If you are just getting started with writing instruction, and need a simple guide for amping up argumentation skills in your classroom, snag. this. resource!
A truncated chapter from my Cambridge University Press course book, AS Level English General Paper 8021, the content in this handy PDF has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Examinations (CAIE), so it is peer-reviewed and positively packed with valuable pointers!
Specifically, this free, downloadabe Guide covers:
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Introducing students to LENSES can help them both generate a wide range of ideas *and* narrow the scope of the writing. The Hand Approach tactic is the perfect tool for doing this!
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This photo essay activity and presentation is a great tool for starting or expanding on your unit for argumentative and/or persuasive writing.
This unit emphasizes the value of photos and raises their impact to a new educational level.
The assignment: Using a series of photos students will create an argument and corresponding presentation that shares a message with their audience. The message is carefully crafted and organized to make sure the point of the argument is made, but no words are allowed!
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