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1 The different purposes of text September Kindly contributed by Kate Lindley.Search for Kate onVisit the download page for this resource to find related resources and full details of the curriculum links below.Functional English coverage and rangeL1. Identify the main points and ideas and how they are presented in a variety of textsL2. Identify the purposes of texts and comment on how meaning is conveyedSfL Adult literacyRt/L1.2 Recognise how language and other textual features are used to achieve different purposes (e.g. to instruct, explain, describe, persuade)Rt/L2.2 Identify the purpose of a text and infer meaning which is not explicitReferences: Excellence Gateway (2009), Skills for Life, Core CurriculumOfqual (2009), Functional Skills criteria for English, Mathematics and ICTSeptember Kindly contributed to by Kate Lindley.
2 The Different Purposes of Texts September Kindly contributed to by Kate Lindley.
3 ‘The words of something written’ ‘The main body of a written work’ What is a text?‘The words of something written’‘The main body of a written work’September Kindly contributed to by Kate Lindley.
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8 4 main purposes To persuade To instruct To inform To describe September Kindly contributed to by Kate Lindley.
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