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Letter Writing,Letter Writing,Published in 2006 by. Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service. Curriculum Development Unit,Sundrive Road,Phone 01 453 5487. Fax 01 402 0435,Email jcsp iol ie, First written and published by teachers involved in the School Certificate Project CDVEC Curriculum. Development Unit 1989, Revised and edited by Fiona Richardson Junior Certificate School Programme 2006. Designed by Melt Design Ltd www melt ie, The Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service is funded by the In Career Development Unit.
Department of Education and Science and the European Social Fund. The Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service is a national Programme sponsored by the. Department of Education and Science and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment. 2 Letter Writing,Introduction 4,Section 1 Informal Letters Postcards. Informal letters 7,Addressing envelopes 12,Postcards 14. Section 2 Formal Letters,Letters of complaint 26,Letters asking for information 31. Letters making a booking 34,Letters of application 37. Curriculum Vitae 42,Section 3 Keywords,Abbreviations 47.
Wordsearch 49,Word Grid 49,Junior Certificate School Programme 3. Letter Writing,Introduction, This booklet is about writing letters People can tell a lot from the way you write letters. so you will need to practice writing many kinds of letters. Most of the letters you will need to write will be. Informal or personal letters,Formal Letters for example. Business letters,Job application letters, This workbook will give you a chance to write all of these. How to use this book, 1 There are three sections Each section shows you how to write a different kind of letter.
2 There is a sample letter followed by exercises for you to do. 3 Write each letter in your copy first When you and your teacher have corrected it. you can copy it carefully into the blank page provided in this book. 4 When you finish the workbook you will have your own collection of letters to look. back on when you need to revise,4 Letter Writing,Introduction. Rules for all letters, It is important that your handwriting be neat and clear. The writer s address is written in the top right hand corner. Leave a space between the address and date, Spell out the month in full e g 15th February 2006. Begin the letter Dear on the left hand side, The first paragraph of the letter begins under the person s name. A formal letter usually ends with either,Yours sincerely or.
Yours faithfully, Followed by your signature Note Yours always begins with a capital letter. but sincerely and faithfully begin with a small letter. Always use plain unlined paper and the same colour envelopes. A large size writing pad is best for most letters,Write your letter in blue or black pen only. Revise the rules for using capital letters,Always use paragraphs when writing a letter. All of these rules are shown on the sample layout on the next page. After you write out your letter in the workbook or in your copy check back. here to see you have followed all the rules for letter writing. Junior Certificate School Programme 5,Informal Letters Postcards. 6 Letter Writing,Informal Letters Postcards Section 1.
Informal or personal letters are those you write to people you know friends cousins. aunts uncles etc,Formal Letters Section 2, Informal letters should be friendly chatty and relaxed as though you re talking to. the person, You sign an informal or personal letter using phrases like Best Wishes Love. Yours truly Lots of love etc,Formal Letters Section 2. You must however obey the rules for all letters Look back at page 2 and check. Look at the example of an informal letter below and do the exercises. that follow,Formal Letters Section 2,46 Riverview Pa. Your address Glentown,Keywords Dublin 23 3,15th February 2.
The opening g,n ot se en y ou for ages so I deci,in Wicklow I h Paragraph 1. How are things from G le n to w n,rite an d gi ve y ou all the news. is sea so n W e have reached th, h e fo otba ll te am is doing really w e go t aft er you left is great. fin al of th e C up The new goalk Paragraph 2,semi thre e m a tc h es. a goal in the last,He has not let in aybe I,gi rl so I a m n ow an uncle M.
a has just had a then I can come,My sister Sandr from ba by s it ti n g a nd. be a bl e to m a ke some money Paragraph 3,in to visit you. down on the tra,on and let me know all the new,The closing. Your friend,Your signature,Junior Certificate School Programme 7. Letter Writing,Informal letters exercises, 1 In your copy write your own address and today s date as you would write it on a letter.
2 Write the following addresses and dates as they would be written on a letter. Remember capital letters commas and fullstops,Address Date. 65 shamrock court mounthill limerick 6 4 06,valeview shadowlands mallow co cork 28 9 06. 125 st patricks crescent doddermount dublin 22 17 2 06. 3 Write your own signature as you would write it at the end of a letter. 4 Write out these endings as they would be written at the end of a letter. Use capital letters and commas,best wishes tom,lots of love margaret. 8 Letter Writing,Informal Letters Postcards Section 1. 5 Look at the following letter and rewrite correctly using capital letters commas. and full stops There are 14 mistakes you need to correct 9 capital letter 4 commas. and 1 fullstop Formal Letters Section 2,12 tulip road.
Formal Letters flowertown 2,6th february 20,Formal Letters Section 2. dear sally,new sc hoo l in Cork Our class,ling down in you All the te achers are 3. How are you sett ieter fo r a st a,Keywordsrt Section. en t sin ce y ou left It s much qu,remarking on it. rs B y rn e ca m e in today with, d a n En gl ish test yesterday W ok e co ming out of her.
We ha was n ea rly sm,e resu lts sh e w as so mad there. up P h il is re ally down in the du, hil M a rt in a n d Sandra Byrne ha e a re a ll go ing down to the club. h er w ise ev er ybody is in great y ou w on t be with us. but ot ht It s a pi ty,th e S po rt s C en tre on Friday nig. us all about C ork Goodbye for n,Write soon and, 6 Pretend that you are Sally Reply to Joe s letter above telling him all about life in your. new school in Cork, 7 Pretend you are Phil Martin Write to Sally telling her all about your break up with.
Sandra Byrne,Junior Certificate School Programme 9. Letter Writing,Letter of invitation, 1 Read Sally s letter below and write a letter back letting her know if you can make the. party or not Use the blank paper on the opposite page to write your reply. 2 West Road,Violetville,25th February 2,e h ave se ttle d in our new house. Cork Now that,Greetings from te,ouse w a rm in g party to celebra. having a h l,ub lin a n d so m e of my new schoo,e of the gang fr.
I am inviting som,friends from Cor,rd a rc h W h y not come down on. fu n begi n s a t 9 pm on Saturday a sked Sandra and Bria. The ken d I ha ve,stay for the wee,Friday night and. stay over also d,iv es in C or k at 7 30pm My da,ain lea ves D ub lin at 4 15pm a. the station,will meet you at,on a s possib le if you can come. Let me know as,10 Letter Writing,Informal Letters Postcards Section 1.
1 Write your reply here using Joe s address from page 8. Formal Letters Section 2,Formal Letters Section 2,Formal Letters Section 2. Keywords Section 3, 2 You have been asked to your cousin Paul s 21st birthday party on Friday 15th April at. 9pm In your copy write your reply letting him know if you are going or not. 3 You have just spent the weekend with your friend in the country Write a letter. thanking him her in your copy, 4 You have just received a very expensive birthday present from your godmother. In your copy write and thank her, 5 Your class tutor is sick in hospital Write a letter to her him on behalf of the class. Don t forget to give the news and gossip,Junior Certificate School Programme 11.
Letter Writing,Addressing an envelope, Look at the following envelope and note where the address goes and the use of capital. letters commas and full stops,r the stamp h,leave room fo. ame Ms S a ll y Mu rp the number o,f the house,the person s n. 2 We st R o ad,and the street,Vio le t v il le the county. 1 This letter is addressed incorrectly Using the blank envelope on the next page rewrite. the address correctly There are 8 capital letters missing 3 commas and 1 fullstop. m r jo e o b r ie n,14 h il l s t re e t,we s t p o rt.
12 Letter Writing,Informal Letters Postcards Section 1. 2 Remember to put the address and the stamp in the correct place on the envelope. Formal Letters Section 2,Formal Letters Section 2,Formal Letters Section 2. Keywords Section 3,3 Address the envelope below to yourself. Junior Certificate School Programme 13,Letter Writing. There are two types of postcards,plain postcards,picture postcards.
Plain postcard can be used for short messages For example. to send for an application form You would include your name and address on. the postcard, to enter a competition You would include your contact details phone number. or address,to remind somebody of an appointment or a meeting. Picture postcards are often used to send greetings when you are on holidays The message. is usually fairly short and friendly,your own address. Plain Postcards, This is the back of a plain card asking for an application form. 46 Re d way G ro,Your address,Bro o k fie ld,Dubli n 11.
The date 4th M a rch 20,rm fo r th e su mmer co u rs e. a n a pp licati o n fo looking for, P le a se se n d me A line explaining what you are. in mo u n ta inee,Your signature,Jame s Bro w n, You address the front of the plain postcard the same way as an envelope leaving room for. Letter Writing 10 Letter Writing Letter of invitation 1 Read Sally s letter below and write a letter back letting her know if you can make the party or not Use the blank paper on the opposite page to write your reply 2 West Road Violetvi le Cork 25 th February 2 08 Dear Joe Greetings from Cork Now th at we have settled in our new

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