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Title: Developing writing strategies


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Developing writing strategies
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SHINE
Look at the cover of the magazine and answer the
questions
a magazine for the youth
This week
INSIDE
A university students typical day
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  • Whats the name of the magazine?
  • Who is it for?
  • What is the article inside the magazine about?
  • Can you say the names of the days in English?
  • What is the day today? Is it your favorite day?
    Why? Why not?

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Reflecting on Writing
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Read the article which Ed wrote about his daily
activities at the university and say what each
paragraph tells us about.
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A university students typical day
My Day!
My name is Ed. Im 23 years old and I live in
Havana, Cuba. From Monday to Friday my daily
routine at the university is always the same.
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I always get to school on time. Im usually
there by 7.45 because classes start at 8 and Im
never late. In the afternoon, I often go to the
library or to the computer lab to study.
Sometimes, I practice sports. I rarely stay
after 5.
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After college, I go home. I usually talk to my
friends and play soccer. Then, take a shower and
have dinner with my family. In the evening, I
often watch sports on TV. I like soccer but
baseball is my favorite. I also love to listen to
music, especially to relax when I go to bed
after a busy day.
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Writing Tips
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Writing about daily routines
  • Give information in chronological order
    morning, afternoon, evening.
  • End by saying how you feel about your daily
    routine.
  • Use the simple present.

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Write an article about your daily routine for
the school or local newspaper.
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