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Writing Frames

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Writing Frames: what they are and how to use them

Writing frames are outlines that give learners a structure to help them communicate what they want to say.

Produced by York College, this resource covers:

  • What are Writing Frames?
  • How can they help?
  • When should we use them?
  • Teaching with Writing Frames
  • Sample Frames

The Writing Frames presented here have been adapted from ‘Writing Frames’ by Maureen Lewis and David Wray.

A wide range of additional writing frames are contained in ‘Writing Frames’ and ‘Writing Across the Curriculum’, available from: RALIC, The University of Reading, Bulmershe Court, Earley, Reading, RG51HY.

Levels: Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1, Level 2
Free: Yes

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