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Tuesday, 4 February 2020

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Stage One: Writing a personal letter 
  1. Choose someone to write to. 
  2. Think about the 'look' (appearance) of your letter. The letter may be normal, humorous or colourful. 
  3. Relax and start 'talking'. Think of the letter as 'talking' on paper. 
  4. Use vivid examples, details and imaginative language. 
  5. Keep your audience in mind. Think about the topic that interests your reader. 
  6. Describe specific experiences to engage your reader. 
  7. Express your interest in the other person. For example, ask question so as your reader can be interested to respond. 
Stage Two: Review your writing 
  1. Read the letter to yourself. Imagine someone sent you a letter and respond if it's good. 
  2. Don't be too critical. Just focus on the feelings you are to communicate. 
  3. Proofread (edit) your work for clarity. 
Stage Three: Publish and present or send
  1. Publish (finish up) the letter. 
  2. Post/send/mail the letter. 
  3. Create a book (or collection) of correspondences of letters. 

References
Blau, Sheridan et al (1995) The Writer's Craft, McDongal Littell Inc., Evanston.

Shipley, Gail Roberta (1995) Tests for 250 Young Adult Novels, Neal - Schuman Publishers, Inc., New York.


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