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Презентация по английскому языку на тему: "Официальное письмо, его структура, стиль и правила написания" 11 класс

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  Lesson theme: 	Writing Skills – Rules of Writing and Structure of English...
Types of formal letters/emails: A letter giving or requesting information A l...
Who are the formal letters/emails written to? To people in official position,...
Who are the formal letters/emails written to? 	So, the style of official lett...
1. a formal greeting i.e. Dear Sirs, – Уважаемые господа! or Dear Sir/Madam,...
Home work: 1. You are a young doctor applying for a job. 	Write a formal emai...
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№ слайда 1   Lesson theme: 	Writing Skills – Rules of Writing and Structure of English
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  Lesson theme: Writing Skills – Rules of Writing and Structure of English Formal Letters/ emails

№ слайда 2 Types of formal letters/emails: A letter giving or requesting information A l
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Types of formal letters/emails: A letter giving or requesting information A letter of apology A letter accepting invitation A thank-you letter A letter of complaint A letter applying for a job An email congratulating a colleague on a promotion etc.

№ слайда 3 Who are the formal letters/emails written to? To people in official position,
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Who are the formal letters/emails written to? To people in official position, for example, a manager, a director or another official person who you do not know well or who you haven’t met before.

№ слайда 4 Who are the formal letters/emails written to? 	So, the style of official lett
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Who are the formal letters/emails written to? So, the style of official letters is formal (advanced vocabulary, factual, impersonal language, full verb forms, passive voice, formal linking words/phrases etc), usually using present tenses. Compare: …about your taking part - … with regard to your participation in I really liked… - I was impressed by… It’ll be great if you can… - I would appreciate it if you could… Can you send me a bit more info about… - Could you please send me more details about…

№ слайда 5 1. a formal greeting i.e. Dear Sirs, – Уважаемые господа! or Dear Sir/Madam,
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1. a formal greeting i.e. Dear Sirs, – Уважаемые господа! or Dear Sir/Madam, -Уважаемый господин/госпожа! Or Dear Mr/Mrs Wilson,- Уважаемый господин/госпожа Уильсон! 2. a first paragraph – opening remarks, reason of writing 3. a main body (1-3 paragraphs) – the subject of letter 4. a final paragraph – summing up, telling what you want to be done 5. a formal ending i.e. Yours faithfully, - С уважением Сара Стюарт Sarah Stewart Or Yours sincerely, - Искренне ваша Сара Стюарт Sarah Stewart Structure of English formal letters/emails:

№ слайда 6 Home work: 1. You are a young doctor applying for a job. 	Write a formal emai
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Home work: 1. You are a young doctor applying for a job. Write a formal email to hospital manager (Mr Brigs). You have certain working experience (enclosed resume) Write 50-70 words, remember rules of formal letter writing 2. You are a young architect applying for a job. Write a formal email to the building company manager (Mr Brigs). You have certain working experience (enclosed resume) Write 50-70 words, remember rules of formal letter writing

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Lesson theme:

Writing Skills – Rules of Writing and Structure of English Formal Letters/ emails

 

Types of formal letters/emails:

A letter giving or requesting information

A letter of apology

A letter accepting invitation

A thank-you letter

A letter of complaint

A letter applying for a job

An email congratulating a colleague on a promotion etc.

 

Who are the formal letters/emails written to?

To people in official position, for example, a manager, a director or another official person who you do not know well or who you haven’t met before.

So, the style of official letters is formal (advanced vocabulary, factual, impersonal language, full verb forms, passive voice, formal linking words/phrases etc), usually using present tenses.

Compare:

…about your taking part  - … with regard to your participation in

I really liked…  -  I was impressed by…

It’ll be great if you can…  -  I would appreciate it if you could…

Can you send me a bit more info about…  -  Could you please send me more details about…

 

Structure of English formal letters/emails:

1. a formal greeting  i.e. Dear Sirs, – Уважаемыегоспода! or

DearSir/Madam, -Уважаемый господин/госпожа!

Or

 DearMr/MrsWilson,- Уважаемый господин/госпожа Уильсон!

2. a first paragraph – opening remarks, reason of writing

3. a main body (1-3 paragraphs) – the subject of letter

4. a final paragraph – summing up, telling what you want to be done

5. a formal ending i.e.

 Yoursfaithfully, -          С уважением Сара Стюарт

Sarah Stewart

Or

Yours sincerely, -           Искренне вашаСараСтюарт

Sarah Stewart

 

 

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