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10. Use models

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Remember that using models is an effective way to show what is expected. Almost everyone likes to see a model of a finished product, expecially when they are confronted with a new writing task. For example,

  • As you work with learners to improve their sentences, get them to look at well-written models of different types of sentences. Talk about what makes them effective.
  • Get them to write sentences for their own writing tasks using these models.



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24 November 2017 01:17
Thanks a lot for the help, I do have an upcoming lecture to be given and this would prove helpful. The http://essay-writing-service.reviews/ use a similar direction with their assignments. There's nothing better than modelling it out.
24 November 2017 01:17
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