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Lesson 6 - Letter to the Editor

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FeedbackHello, it was a pleasure to meet today! is a very intelligent and motivated student! In this lesson, practiced writing skills by completing several activities and practicing a draft of a “Letter to the Editor!” First, practiced building skills by using formal words and phrases instead of slang and informal language. For example, instead of saying “Thanks a lot” (informal) – would say “Thank you very much” (formal). reviewed language patterns when wants to give suggestions by using the formula: “subject + modal + verb + object.” For example, “We must grow more food in urban areas.” also learned the language pattern for identifying past problems using the formula: “subject + have/has + past participle + object.” For example, “We have already done enough harm to the environment.” did a wonderful job with these sentence structures. Finally, we revised writing assignment and looked for features such as: a formal greeting, introduction, body, supporting details, conclusion, formal closing, and name of the sender. We also went over different edits and revisions for capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and use of formal language. did an excellent job with writing, and will continue to get better each time practices. Overall did a wonderful job today. It was a pleasure to teach ! I hope to see again soon! Thank you! –Teacher Miranda XE

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Unfortunately, was unable to upload writing assignment, so we were unable to review it together. The instructions on how to do this are in “Student’s Learning Guidance”. Because did not have work, and I worked together to revise a sample writing piece. At home, can continue to practice finding errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and use of formal language in the example piece for a letter to an editor.
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