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10 Top Tips for Persuasive Writing 1. Assume that that your reader knows nothing about the issue. This will encourage you to use clear language. 2. Tailor your language to your audience. Use words and phrases that will appeal to their concerns and motivations. 3.Tell a story or use your words to paint an image in your reader’s mind e.g. ‘Imagine this...’ Readers will.. To read on visit: http://www.thetutorpages.com/tutor-article/gcse-english/persuasive-writing-how-to-convince-a-reader/4132

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Display this infographic in your classroom to help students incorporate transitions in their writing.

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Image result for of mice and men infographic

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I'm Emily, an 18 year old from Surrey studying for a BA in English Literature at the University of...

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AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1 Question 2 (2017 exam)

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how many words will humanity invent that mean all the same?

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Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG) placemat

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Free printable grammar terms posters. Each poster includes an explanation of the term and some examples of their uses in sentences. Includes adjective, adverb, verb, noun, pronoun, connective, conjunction, preposition, definite article, indefinite article, adverbial, fronted adverbial, proper noun and article.

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Don't assume your students know the parts of speech or basic sentence structure.

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A timeline of the major events in the plot of Macbeth

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