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Writing for Different Audiences and Purposes

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Writing for Different Audiences and Purposes

Writing for Different Audiences and Purposes (22-slide editable PowerPoint teaching resource with 2 worksheets)  

Our 'Writing for Different Audiences and Purposes' teaching resource explains how the audience and purpose of a text affect its composition. The resource has been made with KS3 students in mind, but it can easily be adapted for use with KS2 or KS4 students.

This fully editable teaching resource covers the following:

- What do we mean by audience and purpose?

- How to identify the audience and purpose of a text.

- Exploring different types of audiences and purposes.

- Learning how to change written work to fit a specific audience and/or purpose.

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