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Writing to Argue

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EXAMPLE WRITING TO ARGUE


Question: You feel your school does not offer a wide enough selection of

AP choices and are concerned about the effect this has on the pupils future.

Write a letter to your headteacher arguing for the introduction of more

subjects into the curriculum.

 

GMAPS PLAN

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CATERPILLAR PLAN

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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 argument to the person/people you are

addressing. It should be concise and well thought out.

 

COMMENTS    EXAMPLE TEXT: INTRODUCTION
Remember if it is a letter to include an
address and date.One sentence that
introduces the
purpose of the
whole letter.
Raising what the
issue is and why it is
relevant.
Proposing a
solution for the
issue.
                                                                                    Headteacher’s Office
Mayberry High School
Whorton
USA
Friday, 2nd January, 2015.Dear Mrs Proctor,
I am writing to you in the capacity of a year
eleven pupil, near the closure of her high school career, who is concerned about the variety of GCSE subjects you offer.
As you will be aware, the Year 11’s are now in the process of submitting their A-Level applications and I am concerned that the school is not doing all it can to produce individual and rounded students.During interviews with some colleges I have been told that my
application lacked uniqueness which is what they look for to help
them separate out the thousands of applications they receive. I feel that if you were to offer a wider selection of GCSE subjects, college applications would stand out more.

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