Area Study 2: Analysing and presenting arguments
There are also extended activities and sample responses relating to most Exercises in the workbook. Their purpose is to help students improve the analytical depth and fluency of their responses.
See a Series of Lessons that help students systematically analyse and prioritise the author’s critical persuasive techniques and reasoning strategies.
Now “Turn to Exercise”: see a series of activities, tips, suggested responses and students’ samples based on exercises in this workbook: The Language of Persuasion: an essay writing guide.
Tips for making the transition from Years 11 to 12
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See this slideshow for an overview of skills:
For an overview, View the slideshow: write an essay analysing the author’s persuasive language: Part 2.
Students of English Works: see some extra sample exercises