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Writing to Advise

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Question: A friend is being bullied by another student in their class.They ask

                    you what to do about it, whether they should fight back or speak to

                    a teacher? Advise your friend on what they should do.



















After you have made your plans the next thing you need to think about is

writing it.

The first part and the most important part is the Introduction. This is where

you introduce your stance on the topic to the person /people you are

addressing. It should be concise and well thought out.


Personal term of address
Direct address – involves
the reader
Honesty – very good for
writing to advise
You don’t always have to
explicitly reference the type
of text you are writing but
sometimes it fits
In writing to advise texts you
need to be sympathetic
towards the other person
Dear Friend,
I thought I would write this in a letter for you so
you can read it when you choose, also then you can remember what I think. I’m really sorry to hear that you have been bullied, you’re my friend and it makes me sad that people aren’t treating you well. You asked me what I think you should do about it and so I’ve had a think and this is what I would advise you to do. But first you need to remember that just because you have been bullied it doesn’t mean you are a bad person. You are a wonderful person, you are kind and generous and friendly and you need to always remember that!

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