Structure and paragraphs

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Which of the following is the correct CAP for this typical writing task? Your school Headteacher has asked for all of the pupils in the school to write a letter addressed to the local Member of Parliament who will be visiting this week. He would like you to tell the local MP how you feel about the facilities in the area for children and what could be done to improve them.

2

What should a writer try to do with the opening of their text?

3

What would be the likely result of not using paragraphs?

4

One way to remember when to change paragraphs is to use TiPToP. Which of these is the correct definition of TiPToP?

5

What is a good reason to start a new paragraph?

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What is the purpose of a topic sentence?

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In non-fiction writing, how should you try to build each paragraph?

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How should you try to end any piece of writing?

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Why might you use a one-line paragraph?

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You’re writing a piece of fiction where you have one person listening to two people talk. How should you lay it out?