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If you don’t agree, I’ll kill you. I will learn to convince my readers that my views are correct. I can adapt my tone and structure my arguments effectively. For any question in which you have to give your views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B). Make sure you have a view.

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If you don t agree i ll kill you

If you don’t agree, I’ll kill you

I will learn to convince my readers that my views are correct.

I can adapt my tone and structure my arguments effectively.


For any question in which you have to give your views reading q1 writing q1 writing section b
For any question in which you have to give your views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B)

  • Make sure you have a view.

  • List your arguments

  • Group them.

  • Label them with counter-arguments

  • PLAN to use sentence level devices (see tomorrow)

  • Decide which approach is suitable for the topic/reader.

  • Create an anecdote to include

  • Try to plan an extended metaphor

  • Mind map contrasts for if they agree and if they disagree.


Does music unite or divide people
Does music unite or divide people? views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B)

Pathos- emotions of music and humanity together. Some logos- logical thinking needed because it’s quite practical.

It unites people

I-pods reduce the number of shared moments

Anecdote: a time when music made me feel connected to somebody.

Divisive beyond that nationality/team

Extended metaphor: music is the air we breathe.

Segregates friends into groups: limited conversation if they don’t share the same interests.

Cultures are adapting to others’ = united = less individuality – is being united always good?

World if we embrace music: connected/ spirited / expressive

World if we don’t embrace music:

Lonely / rigid / isolated


Which argument is stronger and why
Which argument is stronger and why? views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B)

My client is innocent. Your minds may be lingering on the evidence that his DNA was found at the scene but let me stress that my client lived there and that is highly likely.

You may also be worried that if you find him innocent there is no-one to pay for this crime; let me assure you it is a worse crime to punish an innocent man for something he did not do.

My client is innocent, regardless of what the opposition thinks.

He should not go to jail because he is definitely innocent, as my evidence has demonstrated to you.


Learning point creating a counter argument
Learning Point views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B): creating a counter-argument

  • Tell the audience the opposite view. Then reinforce that your view is the right one.

    Argument : Travel is good because you can meet new people.

    Counter-argument: Travel is dangerous because there are different laws and you don’t know who you can trust.

    Counter-argument: Although some people believe travel is dangerous, the fact is that the chance to meet interesting and cultured people is far more likely.


Learning point choosing the right approach
Learning Point: choosing the right approach views…(Reading Q1/Writing Q1/Writing section B)

Ethos

  • People are persuaded because they believe the speaker is honest. i.e. someone with status or an expert.

    Pathos

  • People are persuaded based on the emotions the text provokes. For example, a charity advert.

    Logos

  • People are persuaded by the reasons given: it is logical. For example, global warming.


For teenagers do the benefits of travelling outweigh the negatives
For teenagers, do the benefits of travelling outweigh the negatives?

  • Video

  • We can’t move on until everyone is ready: help each other out.

  • Make sure you have a view: decide it now.

  • List your arguments: pick 8

  • Dismiss any that aren’t relevant to teenagers.

  • Group them into themes.

  • Label them with counter-arguments

  • Decide upon the right approach

  • Create an anecdote to include

  • Create an extended metaphor

  • Mind map contrasts for if they agree and if they disagree.


What aspects of travel are teenagers interested in
What aspects of travel are teenagers interested in? negatives?

Relaxing

Prices

Holiday

romance

Transfers to and

from airport

Seeing new places

Boring

flights

Meeting new

people


How many are relevant to teenagers
How many are relevant to teenagers? negatives?

  • Travel is great because you get to go clubbing.

  • Travelling is rubbish because it’s too expensive.

  • I love travelling because I get to eat different foods.

  • I hate travelling because I have to queue for hours for a hire car.

  • I hate travelling because I get sick on the plane.

  • I love travelling because I get to see cute boys/girls.


Racism doesn t exist in malaysia
‘Racism doesn’t exist in Malaysia’ negatives?

  • In pairs, you have…

  • 3 minutes to write an opening to a speech conveying your views.


On a post it create counter arguments for these questions
On a post-it…create counter-arguments for these questions.

1) What’s your opinion?

2) What’s the other side?

3) Write them both but be forceful that your opinion is right.

  • Is snorkelling fun?

  • Is Station 18 the best mall in the world?

  • Is school a waste of time?


Persuasive sentences
Persuasive Sentences

  • I will learn to persuade at word and sentence level

  • I can use a range of techniques to convince the reader


Speech off
Speech-off

  • Which speech is the best and why?

  • NUMBER ONE RULE OF SPEECH WRITING: USE PRONOUNS- YOU/WE – THOUGHOUT.

  • If you don’t, you are not showing awareness of audience and will fall into band 3.


Write the opening 1 minute of the speech 180 words
Write the opening 1 minute of the speech (=180 words)

  • Read aloud.

  • Get immediate feedback!

  • Homework: complete this speech. Due in: Friday 26th April

  • Use the technique checklist to help you- tick them off once you’ve used them.