Arbeitsblatt: NW4 U3 Writing (letter)

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Pubils write a letter to the headteacher because they want a new sport for the after-school programme.
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Wednesday, English: NW4 U3 Letter to the headteacher Name: Total: 20 the 28th of February 2018 6 19 5.5 18 5 16 4.5 14 4 12 You: 3.5 10 38 2.5 6 2 0.5 1 0 (0% oder Betrug) Mark: Task: You learned to know sports which you probably didnt know before while working with Unit 3. Today, you are going to write letter to the headteacher of our school (Mister Aebischer) about the afterschool sports programme. Situation: You think that one sport is missing in this programme. You will explain what is positive about it and why Mister Aebischer should add your sport to the schools electives1. You respect the guidelines of formal letter. You can use your MR on page 33 (with your personal vocabulary) and the CB on p. 71 with your ideas for the letter. Content: Introduction (Why do you write this letter? How do you practise your sport? What equipement do you need? Is it for girls, boys or both? etc.) Arguments (Why should your sport be part of the electives? What bad about today afterschool programme? What do you like about it? etc.) Suitable ending sentence Attention: Be careful with the vocabulary (remember the portrait and your mistakes). Write your letter on Ordnerblatt. You can use mididic for vocabulary. Time: 60 minutes Criteria for the mark Criteria You use the correct vocabulary. Your sentences are coherent and understandable. You respect the guidelines for formal letter. You letter is written with care. 1 elective Wahlfach Comment Points 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Your letter includes an introduction, at least 2 arguments and suitable ending sentence. (You use at least 1 ifsentence and 1 ing form to say what you like or dislike.) 1 2 3 4 5