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Generate a list of 'top tips' for writing instructions, using questions to prompt ideas about organisation, language choices, nature and purpose of instructions.
Begin a discussion of the different audiences for different instructions and how this consideration should be reflected in the tone of the instructions. Talk through the information a reader would need to know in order to make a smoothie successfully. Ask pairs of children to draft written instructions to share with their group.
Evaluate each set of instructions for organisation, language choices, directives and time connectives.
Can the instructions be followed successfully? Rate the efforts of each group and establish which set of instructions is the most effective.
Discuss why it is the most effective. Ask the children to consider the following questions - Who are these instructions written for? Who might the audience be? How do we know that? Set each pair of writers the challenge of redrafting their instructions to be included in a recipe book entitled Healthy Recipes for Toddlers in Five Minutes.
Ask the writers to consider who the audience is and what matters to them. Allow each pair enough time to redraft their instructions, prompting them to appeal to the reader through well-developed opening and closing statements, asides, pictures and additional information eg 'Did you know?
Plenary Split the class into teams and complete the Bitesize instructions quiz. Ask the children to write a script for Melvin and Steven for a one-minute play that explains the key considerations for writing instructions.Primary Resources - free worksheets, lesson plans and teaching ideas for primary and elementary teachers.
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Download Integrated Chinese: Chapter 3 - Days. Any speaker of the English language owes him a debt for coining eloquent phrases that are commonly used today, such as “laughing stock” and “green-eyed monster.” The worksheets on the works of “the Bard” are listed below.
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Worksheets from the Talk a Lot Series. These worksheets were taken from the Talk a Lot series of books. If you wish, you can download the entirety of these books on the English Course Books page. Talk a Lot Free Spoken English Course - Main Index.
Free Printable Worksheets from: Talk a Lot Elementary Book 1.