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Learning Objective. Use inference and deduction to find out how writers of non-fiction match content to purpose. Lesson Outcome. Begin to recognise how authors of non-fiction texts can persuade us by using language devices. Just £3 a month . will make all this. possible.

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Learning Objective

  • Use inference and deduction to find out how writers of non-fiction match content to purpose

Lesson Outcome

  • Begin to recognise how authors of non-fiction texts can persuade us by using language devices
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Just £3 a month

will make all this

possible

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Just £3 a month will make all this possible

Just 75p a week can help rehome over 60,000 cats a year, and that’s just for starters…

As the UK's largest cat charity, we’re dedicated to rescuing and rehoming cats, as well as promoting responsible cat ownership. We have rescue centres across the country, each one providing needy cats with a vital refuge. In addition, each centre acts as a focal point for fundraising and supporting the community with cat care.

Repetition of ‘just’

Use of ellipsis

First person plural

Extended noun phrases

Connectives

Emotive adjectives

Words to do with safety

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Just £3 a month will make all this possible

Just 75p a week can help rehome over 60,000 cats a year, and that’s just for starters…

As the UK's largest cat charity, we’re dedicated to rescuing and rehoming cats, as well as promoting responsible cat ownership. We have rescue centres across the country, each one providing needy cats with a vital refuge. In addition, each centre acts ad a focal point for fundraising and supporting the community with cat care.

Cats come to is for many reasons. Some are simple unwanted, others are given up because of a new baby or an allergic partner.

What ever the circumstances, every cat deserves a second chance and we provide them with all the care they need until we cab find them a loving new home. However, in order to look after more cats we desperately need extra money. By making a donation of just 75p a week (that’s £3 a month), you will enable us to extend our help to even more cats and make all this work possible

We rescue a cat every nine minutes!

That’s more than any other animal charity. With homeless cats arriving every day your help is vital if we’re to care for every cat until it is rehomed

We handle over 2 million phone calls a year.

This works out at over 177,000 calls every month and the number is rising all the time. Queries range from basic cat care to advice on behavioural problems. This valuable service ensures more cats get the right care

Volunteers work for 6 million unpaid hours every year.

Our volunteers make the work of Cats Protection possible. They do 90% of our rescue work and answer most of the phone calls. They also help with fundraising, fostering cats, home checking, administration and much more.

We urgently need to open 20 rescue centres

For every two cats we take in there is another one waiting for our help. Our existing facilities are already stretched and in some areas we have none at all. We need your help to open 20 new rescue centres and extend existing ones

My purpose is to persuade

My audience is caring, responsible people

I am a non-fiction, charity leaflet

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TASK:

Make a note of the persuasive features in the rest of the leaflet in your exercise books 

Emotive adjectives

Connectives

Repetition

First person plural

Safety words

In addition

Just

We’re

Rescue

Needy

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Just £3 a month will make all this possible

Just 75p a week can help rehome over 60,000 cats a year, and that’s just for starters…

As the UK's largest cat charity, we’re dedicated to rescuing and rehoming cats, as well as promoting responsible cat ownership. We have rescue centres across the country, each one providing needy cats with a vital refuge. In addition, each centre acts ad a focal point for fundraising and supporting the community with cat care.

Cats come to is for many reasons. Some are simple unwanted, others are given up because of a new baby or an allergic partner.

What ever the circumstances, every cat deserves a second chance and we provide them with all the care they need until we cab find them a loving new home. However, in order to look after more cats we desperately need extra money. By making a donation of just 75p a week (that’s £3 a month), you will enable us to extend our help to even more cats and make all this work possible

We rescue a cat every nine minutes!

That’s more than any other animal charity. With homeless cats arriving every day your help is vital if we’re to care for every cat until it is rehomed

We handle over 2 million phone calls a year.

This works out at over 177,000 calls every month and the number is rising all the time. Queries range from basic cat care to advice on behavioural problems. This valuable service ensures more cats get the right care

Volunteers work for 6 million unpaid hours every year.

Our volunteers make the work of Cats Protection possible. They do 90% of our rescue work and answer most of the phone calls. They also help with fundraising, fostering cats, home checking, administration and much more.

We urgently need to open 20 rescue centres

For every two cats we take in there is another one waiting for our help. Our existing facilities are already stretched and in some areas we have none at all. We need your help to open 20 new rescue centres and extend existing ones

What did you find?

Did you notice the use of STATISTICS?

Why is that persuasive?

Did you notice that the leaflet talks to the reader?

Why is that persuasive?

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Learning Objective

  • Use inference and deduction to find out how writers of non-fiction match content to purpose

Lesson Outcome

  • Begin to recognise how authors of non-fiction texts can persuade us by using language devices
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WHAT DOES THE WORD

INSIGNIA MEAN?

Insignia a symbol or design which shows membership (e.g. of an organisation)

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TASK:

Answer the questions in the reading booklet on A4 paper. You’ve got the rest of the lesson 

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Learning Objective

  • Be able to write informal advice anticipating the needs, interest and views of the intended reader

Lesson Outcome

  • Begin to recognise how advice is constructed through thinking about the needs of the reader
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You have been asked to write a web page for 7-12 year olds, aimed at a website called ‘Growing Up Healthily’. Your section is advising them on ‘Avoiding the Dreaded Headlice’

  • You will be expected to include:
  • Selected information from the fact sheet (which you will receive)
  • An introduction and conclusion
  • Advice directed to the reader (using words like ‘you’)
  • Present tense (as if it is happening now)
  • Modal verbs (like should, could and might)
  • Topic sentences supported by examples and further points
  • Paragraphs
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Another page on the website is about

TEETH

We’re going to read an entry written by a

Year 7 pupil…

…but how can it be improved?

Spend five minutes reading it and making

notes about how you would improve it

on your post-it note!

LOOKING AFTER YOUR TEETH

Your teeth won’t rot if you follow this advice. You can stop eating between meals and it will stop your mouth making too much acid and then rotting your teeth. Some food is bad for you. It rots your teeth and gums if it is full of sugar. Some food is good and makes teeth strong. Some drinks rot the white enamel on teeth.

Clean your teeth at least twice a day, go right to the back, do the gums and don’t forget to floss, because of the bits that get stuck in your teeth. Every six months you need to go to the dentist as you might need something done. This is so it won’t mess up your adult teeth.

They give us some advice

They address the reader

They give examples

LINKS

www.kidshealth.org

www.dentalgentlecare.com

www.qualitydentistry.com

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Looking After Your Teeth

Dental decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth, which then rot the teeth. You can avoid dental decay by following some simple advice on how to look after them.

You can stop eating between meals and it will stop your mouth making too much acid and then rotting your teeth. Some food is bad for you. It is full of sugar, and it rots your teeth and gums. Some food is good for you, like milk and green vegetables, and makes teeth strong. Fizzy and sugary drinks damage the white enamel on teeth.

The main cause of tooth decay is small pieces of food that are left in your mouth. Clean your teeth at least twice a day, brushing right to the back. It is important to do the gums, and don’t forget to floss, because of the bits that get stuck in your teeth.

Even though you may take good care of your teeth, you should still visit the dentist. Every six months you should go to the dentist because you might need something done so it won’t mess up your adult teeth.

Over the next few years, your young teeth will fall out and be replaced by adult teeth. They are the only ones you will ever have, so it’s important to look after them well.

TOPIC SENTENCES

MODAL VERBS

INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION

INFORMATION FOR INTEREST AND DETAIL

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You have been asked to write a web page for 7-12 year olds, aimed at a website called ‘Growing Up Healthily’. Your section is advising them on ‘Avoiding the Dreaded Headlice’,

  • You will be expected to include:
  • Selected information from the fact sheet (which you will receive)
  • An introduction and conclusion
  • Advice directed to the reader (using words like ‘you’)
  • Present tense (as if it is happening now)
  • Modal verbs (like should, could and might)
  • Topic sentences supported by examples and further points
  • Paragraphs
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TASK:

  • Read the fact sheet about headlice and highlight three pieces of information. Using a post-it note per piece of information, turn it into advice.
  • Remember:
  • Present tense (as if it is happening now)
  • Modal verbs (like should, could and might)
  • Topic sentences supported by examples
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WHAT IS A TOPIC SENTENCE?

You can stop eating between meals and it will stop your mouth making too much acid and then rotting your teeth. Some food is bad for you. It is full of sugar, and it rots your teeth and gums. Some food is good for you, like milk and green vegetables, and makes teeth strong. Fizzy and sugary drinks damage the white enamel on teeth.

A topic sentence is the first sentence of a paragraph that tells the reader what that paragraph will be about

TASK:

Using one of your post-it note TOPIC sentences, write down some EXTRA INFORMATION to support your topic sentence

Remember; all of the information you need is in the information leaflet! 

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Learning Objective

  • Be able to write informal advice anticipating the needs, interest and views of the intended reader

Lesson Outcome

  • Begin to recognise how authors of non-fiction texts can persuade us by using language devices
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Can you remember the task you will be

doing this lesson?

What sort of features should we expect

to see when writing to advise?

  • You have been asked to write a web page for 7-12 year olds, aimed at a website called ‘Growing Up Healthily’. Your section is advising them on ‘Avoiding the Dreaded Headlice’
  • You will be expected to include:
  • Selected information from the fact sheet (which you will receive)
  • An introduction and conclusion
  • Advice directed to the reader (using words like ‘you’)
  • Present tense (as if it is happening now)
  • Modal verbs (like should, could and might)
  • Topic sentences supported by examples and further points
  • Paragraphs
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Looking After Your Teeth

Dental decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth, which then rot the teeth. You can avoid dental decay by following some simple advice on how to look after them.

You can stop eating between meals and it will stop your mouth making too much acid and then rotting your teeth. Some food is bad for you. It is full of sugar, and it rots your teeth and gums. Some food is good for you, like milk and green vegetables, and makes teeth strong. Fizzy and sugary drinks damage the white enamel on teeth.

The main cause of tooth decay is small pieces of food that are left in your mouth. Clean your teeth at least twice a day, brushing right to the back. It is important to do the gums, and don’t forget to floss, because of the bits that get stuck in your teeth.

Even though you may take good care of your teeth, you should still visit the dentist. Every six months you should go to the dentist because you might need something done so it won’t mess up your adult teeth.

Over the next few years, your young teeth will fall out and be replaced by adult teeth. They are the only ones you will ever have, so it’s important to look after them well.

TOPIC SENTENCES

MODAL VERBS

INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION

INFORMATION FOR INTEREST AND DETAIL

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You have been asked to write a web page for 7-12 year olds, aimed at a website called ‘Growing Up Healthily’. Your section is advising them on ‘Avoiding the Dreaded Headlice’

  • You will be expected to include:
  • Selected information from the fact sheet (which you will receive)
  • An introduction and conclusion
  • Advice directed to the reader (using words like ‘you’)
  • Present tense (as if it is happening now)
  • Modal verbs (like should, could and might)
  • Topic sentences supported by examples and further points
  • Paragraphs
  • Use the planning sheet and spend ten minutes planning your writing THEN you have 30 minutes to write your webpage!