In this worksheet you will learn to recognise emotive language in writing and understand its effects. This is important for your analysis of non-fiction texts and for your own persuasive or argument writing.
In this worksheet, students study the use of emotive language in writing and the effect it can have on the reader.
Key stage: KS 4
GCSE Subjects: English Language
Curriculum subtopic: Writing for Impact: Selecting, Organising and Emphasising Produce Clear and Coherent Text: Writing to Argue Writing for Impact: Creating Emotional Impact Adapt Tone, Style and Register
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