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A/A* English Language Paper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 1. Starter: What techniques can you use in your writing to be more persuasive?. ‘Street Trash: Beggars of Britain’. What do you think the article is going to be about?. This is the title of the article. Fill in the blanks.

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a a english language paper 1 writing to persuade lesson 1

A/A* English LanguagePaper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 1

Starter:

What techniques can you use in your writing to be more persuasive?

street trash beggars of britain
‘Street Trash: Beggars of Britain’

What do you think the article is going to be about?

This is the title of the article...

fill in the blanks
Fill in the blanks

Let’s share!!

You have the first paragraph of the article

Task: fill in the blanks with what you think the writer might have written.

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________ beggars, ________beggars, beggars with _______. Beggars in _________ and beggars in ________.

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Punk beggars, drunk beggars, beggars with babies. Beggars in shell suits and beggars in rags. Beggars with snot on their chin and a mangy mutt on the end of a piece of string. Lots of them.

can anyone remember the key persuasive techniques
Can anyone remember the key persuasive techniques?

A aliteration

F facts

F flattery

O opinions

R repetition

R rhetorical questions

E emotive language

S superlatives

S statistics

T triples

Here’s a clue...

reading on
Reading on...

Lets read the rest of the article...

powers of persuasion
Powers of persuasion!

In pairs, read through the

article again and circle any

personal pronouns.

What have you noticed?

Now, identify all the persuasive techniques used in the article.

(Be prepared to discuss their effects).

our thoughts
Our thoughts...

On the green post-it note, write down how you think beggars are presented in the article. Is it positive or negative?

On the pink post-it note, write down why you think Tony Parsons wrote the article.

plenary counterblast
Plenary: Counterblast!!

In groups of 3 or 4, using a variety of

persuasive techniques you are going

to write a letter to the editor of Arena

magazine to counterblast Tony

Parsons’ article on street beggars.

how does all this relate to your exam
How does all this relate to your exam?

In your Paper 1 exam, you will get two sections

Section A = You’ll get an unseen media passage which you will have to comment and analyse

Section B = Writing to persuade or argue.