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Persuasive Letter To Roald Dahl

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Peter Marshall

on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Persuasive Letter To Roald Dahl

Letter Writing
Remember: Letters must have a beginning, a middle, and an end.
Be polite! The letter must be respectful towards the reader.
You must explain who you are and why you are writing first.
Persuasive Letter Writing
Today's Activities
We will revise what makes a letter
We will look at an example of a formal persuasive letter.
We will write our own formal persuasive letter.

I can write a formal letter using persuasive techniques that I have learned.

Letter Plan:

Paragraph 1- Introduction

Tell Mr Dahl who you are and why you are writing.

Paragraph 2- Flatter Mr Dahl

Before you tell Mr Dahl about your design, tell him how much of a fan you are of his work. Perhaps mention other books that you have enjoyed

Paragraph 3- Your character

Tell Mr Dahl about your character and what makes them special. Refer to your Character Description work.

Paragraph 4- Make him think

Ask Mr Dahl a question will make him think about your offer.
Success Criteria
I can use persuasive words and phrases.
I can use a letter layout.
I can give a full description of my character.
I can write in sentences with capital letters and full stops.
I can....
I can.....
Formal letters are letters to people who we don’t know on a personal level.

Introduce yourself.
Why are you writing?
Flatter your reader.
Give a detailed description
of your character.
Make your reader think.
Ask politely for a response.
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