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Practise Writing For Specific Audiences

In this worksheet, students will develop the skills needed to write for specific types of audience. They will learn about the types of audience and the specialist language needed.

'Practise Writing For Specific Audiences' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Year:  Year 7 English worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Writing

Curriculum subtopic:   Purpose and Audience Awareness

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Worksheet Overview

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Writing for an audience means varying your language to ensure that what you write is suitable.


You know that language can be formal or informal, but did you know that audiences can be classed as: specialist, technical, academic, lay or mixed?


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The vocabulary you choose depends on the audience you are writing for.


In this activity, we will develop our skills in identifying the vocabulary needed to write for these very specific audiences.


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