With this post we will learn how to write email, informal and formal letters.
Activity 1: Learn how to write an email with this interactive graphic organiser.
Activity 2: Here is another website to learn about formal and informal emails. Complete the activities on-line. In a document write a summary of the structure and the key language for each section.
Activity 3: Click here to download two more PDF documents about how to write emails and letters. Print them out and highlight the expressions you can use in emails. Writing-emails and Writing Emails and Letters
TRINITY PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
Create a Google Drive document for all your Trinity tasks this year. Share the document with your teachers. Copy and paste the section and task numbers and the paragraph with the instructions for each task in this document before every composition. Don’t forget to include all the tasks mentioned! Check the spelling and count the words using Google drive tools. Include the number of words in each task.
ISE I — PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
ISE I — Correspondence (word length range: 70–80 words)
1. You went to a great party last weekend. Write an email to a friend saying what people were doing when you arrived at the party and why it was so good. Tell your friend about a party you are having next week.
Deadline: Friday 18th October 2013
3. Your friend wants to know how to get fit and healthy. Write an email to your friend telling him/her about two different ways you have tried. Say which one
you preferred and explain why.
Deadline: 1st November
ISE II — PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
ISE II — Correspondence (word length range: 120–150 words)
2. Your friend recently started university in a big city. You have heard that he/she is neglecting his/her studies. Write an email to your friend saying what
you have been told. Persuade your friend to work harder and explain what the disadvantages could be if he/she does not do this.
Deadline: Wednesday 30th October