Opinion writing

Oreo Writing (opinion writing)
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This lesson contains 10 slides, with interactive quiz, text slides and 1 video.

time-iconLesson duration is: 30 min

Items in this lesson

Oreo Writing (opinion writing)

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What are we doing today?
- Watch a video on opinion writing in oreo form
- Further explanation on opinion writing

-finish your work document
-practise the wordlist

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Lesson goals
- At the end of this lesson, you'll be able to tell what OREO means.
- At the end of this lesson, you'll be able to use OREO to express your opinion.

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Slide 4 - Video

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OREO - Opinion
- Tell readers how you feel about something
In my opinion, ... In my eyes, ...
To my mind, ... As far as I am concerned, ... ...
From my point of view, ... As for me / As to me, ...
My view / opinion / belief / impression / conviction is that ... ...
I would say that ... ...
My impression is that ... ...
I have the feeling that ... ...
I have no doubt that ..

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OREO - Reason
Give reasons why you feel a certain way
I was worried because Tally was late
BECAUSE OF+ noun (zelfstandig naamwoord)
She was late because of the traffic
I didn’t know she was your sister, that’s why I didn't talk to her

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OREO - Evidence (Bewijs)
- Prove your reason by giving evidence 
"The author says (REASON)" 
- You can also use quotation marks! 
Dit betekent dat je letterlijk een zin overneemt uit de tekst en het tussen "" zet. 
For example: "Bunnies have cute noses and large ears" - Het wordt genoemd in de film en is dus waar!

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OREO - Opinion (again!)
- Repeat your opinion one more time
- Dit is een samenvatting van alles dat jij zojuist hebt opgeschreven.
"To summarize"
- Het lijkt op de introductie, dus de eerste O in OREO

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Write down your opinion about today's weather using OREO:

Slide 10 - Open question