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How to write an essay?
TO PRACTICE IN WRITING AN ESSAY FOR THE ENGLISH STATE EXAMS The aim of the lesson:
1. A CARD 2. AN OFFICIAL LETTER 3. AN ESSAY 4. AN ANNOUNCEMENT What kind of writing works is it?
Match arguments “for” and “against”
Read and find out arguments “for” and “against”
Read and find out the problem Dear Editor,... I’m a student of upper classes. I have many friends, but there is so little time to meet them all. As you know, in upper classes there is much homework to do. And to cope with it I use my phone. But my mum considers that it is very harmful for young people, like me, use mobile telephone so often. Can you give me a piece of advice what to do. I don’t want to argue with my mum and I need my friends… Yours faithfully, Helen.
THE STRUCTURE OF AN ESSAY: INTRODUCTION BODY: FOR AGAINST CONCLUSION The product of your work will be the essay “Is it harmful mobile phone for young people or useful?”
The first group – suggests the introduction to the problem (2- 3sentences) The second group – gives arguments “ for ” (2-3 sentences) The third group – gives arguments “ against ” (2-3sentences) The fourth group – comes to conclusion (2-3sentences).