Practicals writing frame

The term "writing frame" is used in English language teaching to signify a transferable pattern or design to help organise the way that students approach writing for particular tasks. A simple, even trite, example of a writing frame is that an essay should have "an Introduction, a Main Body, and a Conclusion" - although this, to me, is so banal that it actually stunts students" ability to think intelligently about how...


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