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Hi loic! posted by
This is indeed a very, VERY USEFUL worksheet! Our students must be able to identify and write different types of texts. I´ll use this worksheet as a starting point. After identifying the types of documents, I´ll ask them to fill in a table (or any other type of exercise) to systematize the features of each text - layout, formal or informal language, verb tenses...... This could be the second part of your worksheet. Feel free to use this idea...If you want to, that is! Thank you so much. Have a wonderful day! Best wishes from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean - The AZORES. By the way, I´ve participated for 9 years in several Comenius projects with a French Secondary school in Rennes! I love your country and Brittany in particular. :))