ABOUT THIS BOOK
PAGES: 112 p.
PUBLICATION DATE: January 1, 1998
Language Skills For Higher English
Even for unseen elements of the Higher English examination, such as the interpretation section, there are skills a student can practice to improve their performance. A good writing style is of great importance to an examiner and pupils must demonstrate their abilities in word choice, sentence structure, tone, imagery, punctuation etc. This book will explain the techniques required to become a good writer. It will also teach pupils how to recognise the demands of a question, providing an understanding of the phrasing and proposing methods of approaching writing an appropriate response.
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