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PowerPoint and resources for this video are available at www.bpcenglish.wordpress.com GCSE writing lesson on writing an article for the GCSE English Language writing exam. The clip includes info on the following topics: Structure Planning Exemplar work A* work Writing checklist Sentence starters SPAG DAFOREST
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GCSE writing lesson on writing an article for the WJEC Unit 2. The clip includes info on the following topics:
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