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This writing task worksheet ‘Are Manners Important?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘Australia Day’ uses the popular Would You Rather game to prompt interesting discussion topics. The Would You Rather prompts can be used with a whole class, individually or in pairs to encourage students to formulate a logical and coherent argument to present their opinion. Ideal for a getting-to-know-you exercise at the beginning of …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Best All-round Student’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Celebrities’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It includes space …More

Writing Prompt
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This quick reference bookmark ‘Persuasive Writing Prompt: Convince Me’ offers guidance for students as they plan and develop their writing of persuasive texts.

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This writing task worksheet ‘Family Holiday’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It includes …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Is a Sense of Humour Important?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Is It Better to Have Siblings?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support …More

Analysing Text
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This analysing text worksheet ‘Letter to the Editor’ supports students to use various strategies to understand a persuasive text about restricting building on floodplains. It is aimed at encouraging students to deconstruct the text in order to gain a deeper understanding of its purpose, to recall specific details from the text, to look critically at …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘New Sports Programme’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

Writing Text
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This writing text exemplar ‘Persuasive Prompts’ gives students an example of how to approach such a prompt. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details and examples to support their position.

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This writing task worksheet ‘Plan a Special Day’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Should Schools Have Uniforms?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Should Students Have Daily Health Classes?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘Town Time Capsule’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘TV Advertising’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It includes …More

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This writing task worksheet ‘TV or Computer?’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

Writing Text
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This quick reference chart ‘Types of Writing Prompts’ guides students on how to respond to explanatory, persuasive and creative writing prompts. It is aimed at introducing students to the principles of responding to various prompts, such as topic, audience, purpose, structure and style.

Writing Text
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This quick reference chart ‘Types of Writing Prompts’ guides students on how to respond to explanatory, persuasive and creative writing prompts. It is aimed at introducing students to the principles of responding to various prompts, such as topic, audience, purpose, structure and style.

Writing Task
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This writing task worksheet ‘Welcoming New Students’ helps students to practise persuasive writing. It is aimed at encouraging students to plan their writing by choosing their position on a topic, then asking themselves questions to best explain their ideas to the reader using details, examples and their own personal experience to support their position. It …More

Sporting Events
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This worksheet, ‘Winter Olympics Would You Rather’ is a great resource to prompt interesting discussion topics. The would you rather prompts can be used as a whole class, individually or in pairs, and encourage students to logically argue their opinion and express ideas.

British History
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘A Chimney-Sweep or a Servant’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two traditional British occupations they would prefer and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with British culture and can …More

Animals
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘A Fox or a Peregrine Falcon’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic British animals they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with British culture …More

Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet, ‘A Moose or a Polar Bear’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic Canadian animals they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with Canadian culture …More

Famous British People
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘David Beckham or Robert Pattinson’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic British celebrities they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with British culture and …More

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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Diamond or Gold Nugget’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two South African treasures they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with South African culture and …More

Famous British People
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘J.K. Rowling or Catherine Middleton’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two iconic British women they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with British culture and …More

Writing Prompt
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This fun and engaging worksheet ‘Lion or Shark’, uses the popular Would You Rather game as a writing prompt for students to consider which of these two South African animals they would rather be and why. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the symbols and icons associated with South African culture and can …More

Writing Text
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This quick reference chart ‘Writing Prompts’ guides students on how to respond to explanatory, persuasive and creative writing prompts. It is aimed at introducing students to the principles of responding to various prompts, such as topic, audience, purpose and style.

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