KS3 SATs Prep Writing Test - "Analyse"

August 07, 2015 User 2

Key Stage 3 writing test prep. Students are taught how to analyse, using the issue of the death penalty as a stimulus.

Key Stage 3 students are taught how to write to analyse, using the issue of the death penalty as a stimulus. 2 of 10 power point presentations KS3 Writing Paper preparation.

Learning Objective:

- Learn how to write to analyse


Analysing something means you think about the positive and negatives of a situation, and discuss it in detail.

- You should be thinking: how? Why? What's the effect?

- Usually in the present tense

- Use vocabulary that judges

- Make sure you cover both sides of the argument

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