School Life, Studies and the World of Work My studies and school life; Extra-curricular activities; Part-time jobs and money management; Future plans and career. In their classes, students take part in activities which will allow them to use the modern language by developing their skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Assessment The course is assessed through a combination of written papers listening, reading and writing and one teacher-facilitated speaking test.
Question Write a letter to the local newspaper complaining about an article critical of teenagers. Argue that teenagers simply do not have enough facilities to keep them busy.
After laying out the addresses and dates correctly, you might go on to write: Dear Sir, I'm writing to complain about an article in your newspaper criticising teenagers.
Teenagers are not that bad; they just don't have enough to do. This is correct, but it is not very interesting. The writer would struggle to write for the rest of the 45 minutes they have in the exam. A better response would be to ask yourself why you would write a letter like this.
The answer is probably because you read the article in the newspaper and it made you cross. The next step would be to ask yourself why it made you cross.
The answer to this may be that you are a parent with a teenage son who doesn't have much to do, perhaps because the local playground was sold off. Suddenly you have a scenario and your ideas will come thick and fast. The letter can therefore begin something like this: Dear Sir, I was appalled to read the article in your newspaper last week criticising teenagers.
As a parent of one myself, I feel personally insulted by the arrogant tone and ignorant attitude of your journalist.
My own son, for example, used to play in the local playground until two months ago when it was closed and bulldozed. All this was done just so some adults who you might think are excellent role models could get a nice view from their windows This letter now stands out. It ticks all the right boxes and, as a result, this piece of work will get a high grade:French Writing GCSE and KS3 Marksheet I started teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) in an adult education college in and although I did set writing homework, it was voluntary.
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