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Articles and Leaflets. Tuesday, 03 April 2012. Article. A piece of writing to convey information to a designated group of people. A piece of writing with a specific purpose: entertain, inform or persuade, for example. Formality of writing will vary depending on the audience.

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articles and leaflets

Articles and Leaflets

Tuesday, 03 April 2012

jonathan Peel SGS 2012

article
Article
  • A piece of writing to convey information to a designated group of people.
  • A piece of writing with a specific purpose: entertain, inform or persuade, for example.
  • Formality of writing will vary depending on the audience.

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how do i make it interesting
“How do I make it interesting?”

What others can you think of?

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approach
Approach
  • “Write an article for a teenage magazine about a person you either admire or dislike”
  • Consider the key words of the question…
  • Make your decisions (and remember that dislike is quite tricky if you don’t want to cause offence…)
  • Then…

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PLAN

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SO:
  • An article has no set layout and can read like a well structured essay
  • The tone is dictated by audience and content – be careful.
  • There is no need to use pictures, though an empty box, labelled up would be sufficient.

An empty box, saying “picture”.

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leaflets
Leaflets

…and so on!

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look at the leaflets
Look at the leaflets
  • The leaflets are a selection of advertising for attractions in England and France… the language is irrelevant, the features are the same!
  • Make clear links to the features found on the previous slides.

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try this one
Try this one
  • Produce a leafletpersuading people to visit a tourist attraction in your area. The attraction can be real or imaginary.
  • What would you use?
  • Remember to engage and appeal to your target audience
  • Remember to use a strong vocabulary and a variety of sentence structures
  • Remember to punctuate for effect!

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Now
  • How is this one different?
  • Produce a leaflet advising people how to enjoy a safe day out at a local tourist attraction in your area.

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