A 35 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching your students about the structure and language features of persuasive texts.
This PowerPoint presentation has been designed to teach your students about the text structure and language features of persuasive texts. It addresses the following content:
- an overview of the purpose and types of persuasive texts
- an explanation of point of view
- an explanation of persuasive text structure, with examples and activities
- an explanation of persuasive language features, with examples and activities.
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NSW Curriculum alignment
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Australian Curriculum alignment
Understand that the purposes texts serve shape their structure in predictable waysElaborationsdiscussing and comparing the purposes of familiar texts drawn from local contexts and interests (Skills: Literacy, Critical and Creative Thinking)becoming f...
Understand that different types of texts have identifiable text structures and language features that help the text serve its purposeElaborationsidentifying the topic and type of a text through its visual presentation, for example cover design, packa...
Identify the audience of imaginative, informative and persuasive textsElaborationsidentifying the main purpose of a text, including whether the author wants to entertain, explain or persuade and considering how audiences might respond to those texts ...
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Design refresh of PowerPoint template.
Change by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jan 21st, 2019
6 slides added - how to use strong words to build strong opinions.
Addition by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jan 23rd, 2017
PowerPoint design and content updated.
Change by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jan 20th, 2017
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