Written Expression


Writing a story, no matter how short or complex, involves considerable structure, panning and organisation. Ideas need to be gathered together and sequenced into an appropriate format.

The introductory paragraph needs to set the scene, providing enough information to capture the interest of the reader.

Following paragraphs carry the ideas, events and details of the story/essay. These paragraphs must be sequenced logically and transition appropriately from one to the next.

The final paragraph brings all the information together into a logical finale. Of course the vocabulary, sentence structure, punctuation and grammar all contribute to a concise well structured piece of writing.

All written information whether it’s a creative story, science report or somewhere in between follows a logical plan. Here at Learning Keys we teach how to know which writing style to use and how to plan a well thought out piece of writing.

Written Expression


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