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Persuasive Letter

Writing a Persuasive Letter

Read through the example persuasive letters and the PowerPoint below. 

Think about the features that we have talked about in class and write your own persuasive letter.

You could design your own chocolate bar. Write to Tesco's marketing manager to ask if they will stock your product. 

What is it called?

Introduction - what is your product? Why should they stock it? 

Main Paragraph 1 - what makes your product so amazing?

Main Paragraph 2 - explain the flavours.

Main Paragraph 3 - how does your company help the environment?

Final Paragraph - sum up your points.

Week beginning 4th October 2021

We are writing supernatural stories for the children in Year 5.

Before you begin, read The Curse of Cogston House comprehension and complete the questions. 

Task 1: read the 'Adverbs' PowerPoint. Write some sentences for each slide using the adverbs. Remember to use a comma.

Task 2: read through the ‘Building suspense and tension’ PowerPoint. Complete the ‘Creating atmosphere and tension’ sheet.

Task 3: complete the ‘Scary character description’ sheet and complete the task.

Task 4: read through the ‘Fronted adverbial PowerPoint and complete the ‘Fronted adverbial’ task.