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In May 2014 a 48 hour walk is taking place in South Wales called. You are going to write an informal letter to a friend, inviting them to enter the “ Valleys Hundred ” with you. National Curriculum.

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In may 2014 a 48 hour walk is taking place in south wales called

In May 2014 a 48 hour walk is taking place in South Wales called

You are going to write an informal letter to a friend, inviting them to enter the “Valleys Hundred” with you.


National curriculum

National Curriculum

  • You will be able to show how you can work at a Level 5 by: using imaginative words; organising simple, compound and complex sentences into paragraphs; using commas, apostrophes and speech marks accurately

  • You will be able to show how you can work at a Level 6 by: using a range of sentence structures for effect; using spelling and punctuation accurately; organise ideas into paragraphs


Learning objective

Learning Objective

  • To identify, discuss and produce an informal letter


Model answer

Model answer

Look at the letter you have been given

With a partner, discuss what makes this a letter to a friend, (informal letter)

Identify at least five things that you think makes it an informal letter

(Look back at your National Curriculum levels, these will help you decide some of them.)


Think pair share

Think>Pair>Share

  • As a class construct a wish list of all the things an informal letter should have. This will be your success criteria; remember to include these things in your letter


You may also want to look at these website

You may also want to look at these website:

  • www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/english/writing/letters/read1.shtml

  • www.primaryresources.co.uk/online/powerpoint/Informalletters.ppt

  • www.letterwritingguide.com/friendlyletter.htm


In may 2014 a 48 hour walk is taking place in south wales called

  • Now you know How to write an informal letter, you need to decide What to put in it

  • Read the information you have been given on walking a hundred miles and highlight anything you think is important to include in your letter

    (This will also show your reading skills because you can use information from a range of texts, Level 6)


The task

The Task

  • Now identify five key facts about walking a hundred miles that you wish to include in their letter

  • Check with your partner that you have chosen interesting facts


Using the success criteria and your five facts plan and write the first draft of your letter then

Using the success criteria and your five facts, plan and write the first draft of your letter.Then:

  • Peer or self assess using success criteria and two and a

  • Read other people’s letters and include any good ideas into your first draft

  • Write final draft of letter


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