Writing to advise

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<p>PowerPoint using acronym AGONY AUNT to guide students through writing to advise</p>

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July 2016
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January 2016
February 2014
Creative writing topic with many cross-curricular writing applications. The instructions really focus in on audience awareness, tone, and word choice.
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November 2011
this was a fantastic resource! I made a couple of ittle changes to it, just to make sure it was the most useful for my group. But it is wonderful!
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October 2011
I LOVE your resources...am an Art teacher looking for ways to develop students' critical studies writing capabilities...any other ideas?!
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April 2011
This is a really useful resource as teaching writing to advise is something that my students really struggle with; this is a really visual resource and I like the mnemonic, although it might be a little too much for my C/D borderline kids to remember.
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January 2011
Really visual and a great help. Thank you so much!
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January 2011
a new take on an old topic - great thank you!
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December 2010
Thak you so ,much. I am so stressed with everything. It was a lifesaver!
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October 2010
Great - just what I was after! Thanks!
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July 2010
Really useful
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May 2010
This is visually lovely, and a handy tool to help students remember the correct tone. Well done and thankyou for sharing this great resource!
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May 2010
Brilliant idea with the acronym. This really helped me out - thanks!