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مفتش التربية الوطنية
 
Inspector ofNational Education
موسى بن تواتي
Moussa BenTouati

All teachers of the district are

hereby informed 

that a seminar will be held on 16 November,2016 in Soumia High School

from 8 :00 a.m onwards.

The details of

the seminar are given below :



 



Unit one -


 Ethics in Business

 Lesson preparation and presentation

Effective Lesson Planning and Delivery Techniques




                                 براهامي حسين - زيغود يوسف  - محمد بوسبسي - طارق بن زياد - أحمد باي  - مصطفى بن بوالعيد  - يوغرطة  - الحرية - الأختين سعدان  - سمية  - الاخوين لكحل - بوهالي محمد السعيد  -الجديدة علي منجلي  3الجديدة علي منجلي  4 - الجديدة علي منجلي 5 - الجديدة علي منجلي 6 - الجديدة علي منجلي 7 - الجديدة علي منجلي 8 - الجديدة علي منجلي 9  -الجديدة علي منجلي 10-  محمد نجار -   مصطفى كاتب - شماشمة ( عين سمارة)ثانوية مريمش الخاصة - ثانوية رمسيس سكول الخاصة

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Text Types

           Text types are any pieces of writing that you read or create. This can be anything from novels, newspaper reports and textbooks to recipes, movie reviews and game instructions. A text type scaffold is a simple framework that helps you to construct and create a piece of writing. There are NINE different text types that you will use at school. Each one has its own purpose, structure and uses specific language features.

           The text type scaffolds included in this diary are designed to help you to create your own piece of writing. Each of the scaffolds will contain the following information.

Purpose

This explains when and why you might use a particular text type.

Language Features

Different text types demand particular use of language. This information lists the type of words that you should be using in constructing the text. You should read the glossary at the end of this section to clarify your understanding of terms used.

Structure

Each piece of writing has a number of parts. Each part of the writing has a specific role in the entire piece. This section of the scaffold gives the outline and order of the parts of a text. A very short and simple example accompanies each explanation to assist you in understanding the expectations of the text type.

NARRATIVE

PURPOSE

To entertain, instruct or inform the reader by telling a story

E.g. Visual Arts - Write a narrative about a painting

HSIE - Write a narrative about the life of the peasants in Medieval Europe

English - Write a narrative featuring a hero and a villain

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a narrative you should:

• Use verbs

• Use time connectives to show order

• Use descriptive language

• Use proper nouns (e.g. Character Names)

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Orientation

Gives the reader information about who was involved, what happened, where it happened and when it occured.

It was a dark and stormy night, two figures dressed in black walked swiftly along the road. The village clock struck midnight.

Body

A series of paragraphs that move through three stages:

1. Complication

2. Series of events that move to a climax

3. Resolution or temporary resolution

Suddenly they were bathed in a bright light. Coming from directly above...

Their first reaction was...

Then...

After their experiences...

Coda (optional)

Tells how the characters have changed and exactly what they learnt from the experience.

These two men would never be the same again


 RECOUNT

PURPOSE

To retell events in chronological order. Recounts can be literary or factual.

E.g. English - My Weekend English - My Dragon Adventure

History - Life in Ancient Egypt

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a recount you should:

• Use the past tense

• Use descriptive words

• Use proper nouns

• Use technical language (where appropriate)

• Use time connectives to show the sequence of events (firstly.... secondly.....)

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Orientation

Gives the reader information about who was involved, what happened, where it happened and when it occurred.

On Saturday, my brother and I went to the movies at Bankstown...

Body

A series of paragraphs that retell the events in chronological order. You should start a new paragraph for each event or aspect of the event.

The day started when we rang the movies...

Dad drove us to Bankstown and we met....

Reorientation

Gives your personal comment about the events that you have retold.

I didn't like the movie but my older brother really enjoyed it because...

Overall.....

DISCUSSION

PURPOSE

To present information about different sides of an issue or topic.

E.g. Science - Should scientists use animals to test cosmetics?

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a discussion you should:

• Use words that show cause and effect

• Use persuasive language

• Use modality

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Opening Statement

Presents the main argument and provides background information on the topic or issue.

Outlines the different viewpoints that will be used.

If you believe that we should protect animals...

Scientists claim that...

Whereas Environmentalists argue that...

Body

A series of paragraphs that outline the arguments for and against, including evidence for different points of view.

The arguments should be supported by evidence such as examples and/or quotes.

Animals are bred specifically for experimentation...

That these animals are kept poorly in cages is the argument of...

Scientists need to devise...

Reinforcement

The summing up of all the arguments and viewpoints presented in the discussion.

The writer may offer a recommendation in favour of one side.

In short we cannot satisfy both animal lobbyists and scientists wishes.....

 

PROCEDURE

PURPOSE

To give instructions and inform people about how to do something through a series of steps.

E.g. Maths - Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Fractions.

Geography - Locating information in an Atlas

PD/H/PE - How to play softball

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a procedure you should:

• Use imperatives/commands

• Use technical language

• Use words and phrases to specify time, place, participants etc.

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Opening Statement

State the goal or aim of the activity.

To locate Sydney on a map of Australia and copy its position onto a blank map

Equipment

List the materials and/or equipment required.

- Atlas - Ruler

- World map - Pen

Method

List the steps required to complete the goal in chronological order.

You should use numbers to indicate each new instruction.

1. Look at index pages of an atlas

and locate Sydney, Australia.

2. .......

RESPONSE

PURPOSE

To summarise, analyse and evaluate an artistic work.

E.g. Visual Arts - Write a response to the success of your artwork.

Music - Review a Top 20 CD

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a Response you should:

• Use descriptive language • Use modality • Use words that show cause and effect • Use technical language

• Use present tense • Use persuasive language

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Context

Gives background information about the artistic work being discussed

This is the impressive release

Description

A series of paragraphs describing elements of the artistic work

After replacing...

Arrangements by...

This album explores....

Concluding Statement

A paragraph which summarises the writers opinion, and ends with the writers final judgement and/or recommendation

This is a good purchase and an outstanding example of this group's work.

 EXPLANATION

PURPOSE

To tell how or why things occur.

E.g. Music - Explain the importance of rhythm in music

Mathematics - Explain the difference between prime and composite numbers

Geography - Explain why we should conserve the Great Barrier Reef

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing an explanation you should:

• Use the simple, present tense • Use words showing cause and effect

• Use the passive voice • Use technical language

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Identifying Statement

A general statement identifying the topic to be explained.

Rhythm is...

Explanation Sequence

A series of paragraphs that explain how and why things happen.

This is usually achieved by discussing cause and effect and using time connectives.

Rhythm is...

Regular rhythm suggests...

Rhythm in nature...

Concluding Statement

A paragraph which summarises the explanation.

Rhythm is written down in music...

 DESCRIPTION

PURPOSE

To describe the characteristic features of a person, an object, an image or a place.

E.g. Maths - To describe the types and features of angles.

ESL - To describe yourself, your family and your community

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing a description you should:

• Use descriptive language

• Use technical language

• Use the present tense

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Opening Statement

General statement or definition to identify the person or thing being described.

Angles can be seen in two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes...

Body

A series of paragraphs that describe the characteristic features of the person or thing.

A triangle has three sides and three angles...

Quadrilaterals have four sides and four angles...

Polygons have many sides and the same number of angles...

Concluding Comment

A statement that summarises the description (where applicable)

An angle is made of two arms, which meet at a point called the vertex.

 EXPOSITION

PURPOSE

To persuade a reader for or against a particular point of view.

E.g. Geography - We need to plant more trees in Australia

Visual Arts - Art is overpriced in Australia

PD/H/PE - Junk food should be banned from all school canteens

LANGUAGE FEATURES

When writing an exposition you should:

• Use words that link arguments • Use time connectives

• Use technical language • Use words showing cause and effect

STRUCTURE

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION

EXAMPLE

Thesis

Presents the writer's point of view about a topic or issue.

The Australian Continent is suffering from...

Body

A series of paragraphs that outline and justify the arguments that support the overall position of the writer.

The arguments should be supported by evidence such as examples and/or quotes.

The Aboriginal inhabitants of Australia...

Since the European invasion...

Because Australia was such a harsh country...

In addition...

Reinforcement

The summing up of the argument. The writer may offer a solultion or alternative to the topic of issue.

The quickest, the cheapest and easiest way to rectify....

 

 



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