Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas.
Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing using language features appropriate to audience and purpose to create effects.
Make sure you:
fully brainstorm and plan out an idea so that it is supported with detail and linked purposefully to other ideas
Think about a possible angle or purpose for your writing
organise ideas and details to help link ideas between paragraphs and help to make your point clear by the end
use a range of language techniques such as word choice, poetic devices, and sound devices
try to interest the audience by using some familiar ideas or language
use a variety of sentence structures
review all aspects of writing to check you have communicated your ideas clearly
edit for wordiness
proofread thoroughly to eliminate errors
write confidently using a variety of language techniques throughout the written piece
make it 'real' and interesting for the reader
structure material purposefully, possibly by connecting the beginning and ending or resolving the ending so that your writing is memorable
connect paragraphs by linking ideas and details for a smooth and uninterrupted writing flow
use a range of sentence structures for deliberate effect
show understanding of audience and purpose by using some characteristics of the specified writing style such as the language and tone of review writing
revise your writing to check the structure and word choice work together to show the feelings, mood, tension, and contrast in feelings you intended to create, or to support your angle on the topic.
combine complex ideas, examples, facts, opinions, language, and structure successfully
show understanding of audience and purpose by consistently using characteristics of the specified writing style
control purposefully the point of view of your writing to deliberately draw in and connect with the reader
create smooth transitions between timeframes, moods, and paragraphs
review the meaning of your ideas, structure, and words so they can work on more than one level
use mature thought and perceptive observation in each sentence so no words are wasted
create original ideas and/or a unique perspective or angle
have a theme to support your ideas and structure (for example use extended metaphor to refer to subject in different but logical ways)
write over 500 words.