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Att skriva en argumenterande text på engelska En argumenterande text går ut på att du ska övertyga dina läsare om att din åsikt är den rätta eller att du ska försöka få dina läsare att handla på ett visst sätt. Jag har valt att göra denna genomgång på svenska då flera av er uttryckt att ni (engelska år 8) tycker det blir alldeles för svårt annars. I förväg vill jag att ni har läst igenom detta inlägg och sett filmen. Lektionstid kommer vi arbeta med detta på engelska. Jag kommer att hjälpa er med ord och med exempel på hur det blir på engelska. Det finns en del som man måste tänka på för att texten ska bli bra: 1. 3. Exempel på fler bindeord hittar du här: Bindeord Du behöver också ha med ord som uttrycker dina egna och andras åsikter och känslor tex: I wish - jag önskar I feel - jag känner I dream of- jag drömmer om I hate - jag hatar I dislike - jag ogillar Exempel på fler ord som uttrycker åsikter och känslor hittar du här: Ord som uttrycker känslor och åsikter - Är rubriken intresseväckande? / Sara
Eng 8A, 9C You have read a chapter of the book: " The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Today we are going to read the text together and help each other writing an emotional poem. This is how you do it: 1. Work in pairs. When you read the text - what did you think of? Choose one emotion that you think describes the text best. Title (Emotion) (Line 1) (Emotion) is (color) (Line 2) What does the emotion taste like? (Line 3) What does the emotion smell like? (Line 4) What does the emotion feel like? (Line 5) What does the emotion sound like? (Line 6) What does the emotion look like? (Line 7) (Emotion) is _____________(include a metaphor) If you don't remember what a methapor is you can find help here: Metaphor 2. Save your poem and send it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org A few years ago my pupils read The Hunger Games and then a girl wrote an emotional poem like this:
Six Amazing Websites that Make Your Writing Stronger Long writing activities are not very frequently done in class. I tend to think that my students are like me; I need the right kind of atmosphere. Writing requires time, silence and lots of inspiration. Ideally, at this time of the year, I would probably wish to be sitting next to a fireplace with the most perfect instagrammable snow falling outside my window while drinking a nice cup of coffee waiting for inspiration to strike. Unfortunately, there isn’t any snow where I live so I’ll have to make do with a bit of rain and some reddish trees. Inspiration, the most important word when writing and something my students claim to lack. These are some great sites that can help you make your writing stronger. Photo by Tekke 1. Skell is easy to use. 2.Netspeak is a really helpful site to help you write better. You can find the word(s) you’re looking for by typing signs as seen in the picture below. Type ? If you want to read some sample sentences, you only need to click the + sign 3. 4. 5. 6.
Creative Writing Prompts for Kids | Super Easy Storytelling Take the intimidation out of creative writing for kids with these silly creative writing prompts. Students in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades will love these fun writing topics. Simply choose an item from each prompt column and you have a writing prompt for kids. Also try our Daily Writing Prompts. The prompts are based on our super easy creative writing formula. Printable creative writing prompts for kids PDF Creative Writing Prompts for Kids Animal Hippo Puppy Shark Dinosaur Penguin Insect Ladybug Spider Goliath Beetle Vehicle Sports Car Dump Truck Motorcycle Occupation Ballerina Astronaut PE Teacher Scientist Pirate Fantasy Creature Wizard Unicorn Fairy Zombie Alien Courtly Person Knight Princess Noble Steed Object/Thing Blob of Goo Bubble Super Hero’s Cape Robot Toy Chess Piece Doll Remote Control Car Box of Crayons Book Person Super Stink Boy Grandpa Baby Genius Student Viking Food Marshmallow Tater Tot Meatball Deep-fried Candy Bar Plant Sunflower Meat-eating Plant Apple Tree Sample Creative Writing Prompts
Does grammar matter? - Andreea S. Calude Spoken language has been neglected and marginalized for much of our history on account of its perceived inferiority in comparison to written language. Written language was historically regarded as the language of the ‘learned,’ given that few people could read or write. It also had permanence (written records can be preserved for hundreds of years, and it is only recently that speech recordings became an achievable technology for most of us), and it was thought to be of a higher standard and quality (often summed up as having “better” or more “correct” grammar). You can read more about this biased view of written language over spoken language in the online book “The Written Language Bias” by Peter Linell. We all know that languages differ with respect to their grammar – we have all tried to learn another language only to be baffled not just by new vocabulary but also by the order and other quirks of how that language organizes its vocabulary – but what can and what does actually vary?
Engelska Uppsatser - Studienet.se Hitta Engelska uppsatser till inspiration. Sök gratis bland tusentals av Engelska uppsatser. Störst i Sverige. The Black Cat | Summary Engelska 6 En sammanfattning (summary) på engelska av Allan Edgar Poes novell "The Black Cat". High Fidelity | Book Analysis (Analys) Engelska A En analys (analysis) på engelska av Nick Hornbys bok "High Fidelity". Inequalities in the World | Argumenterande tal Engelska B Ett argumenterande tal (argumentative speech) på engelska där eleven kort redogör för det som hon uppfattar som orättvisor i världen (inequalities in the world) genom att jämföra olika situationer med (…) Japan and USA during WW2 | Report Engelska 7 En rapport (report) på engelska om konflikten mellan Japan och USA under andra världskriget (Japan and USA during world war II). Ban smoking | Argumentative text En argumenterande text (argumentative text) på engelska, där eleven tar ställning för att man bör förbjuda rökning (ban smoking). Swedish and American Culture | Jämförelse
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How to Write a Summary | Smrt Video Lessons Read the article from the CBC and answer the questions below: Highlight the sentence in the article that you think contains the main idea.Write a one-paragraph summary of the article. Try to include the main points without unnecessary detail. Multimedia meets multi-literacy age March 6, 2007 By Denise Deveau A young student in Ottawa fields an unusual question in class from a fellow student in Africa: where do you keep your cows and goats? These are examples of a new approach to collaborative learning adopted by a handful of teachers in an attempt to bring education into the 21st century. The efforts are few and far between right now, but as the world of blogs, wikis and podcasts grows, an increasing number of Canadian educators are finding new ways to enrich the learning experience for their students. Take Darren Kuropatwa and Clarence Fisher, for example — two Manitoba-based teachers who started as active bloggers with the goal of connecting with educators worldwide.