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Gateway to English 2 Writing

Gateway to English 2 Writing

This is a compilation of Gateway to English 2 Writing tasks that students who are using this book are supposed to know before they sit for the National Exam. Both teachers and students should know them. This topic is a kind contribution from Inspector Mr. Omar Marzouki.

Unit: 1. Formal. Informal. & Non-formal Education
Page: 18
Writing Task / Genre: A paragraph
Prompt: Write a paragraph about one means of learning (reading, listening, TV, the Internet, etc.) that you think is very important. Explain why it is so important to use appropriate linking words.

Unit: 2. Cultural Values  
Page: 32
Writing Task/Genre: An e-mail
Prompt: Write an e-mail to your e-pal in which you describe a wedding ceremony you attended lately

Unit: 3. Gifts of Youth
Page: 43
Writing Task / Genre: An article in the school magazine
Prompt: Write an article to your school magazine about why some students take up smoking and what effect this can have on their lives.

Unit: 4. Women and Power
Page: 56
Writing Task / Genre: An argumentative essay
Prompt: Outline an argumentative essay. Write the first draft of your essay, then swap it with your partner. Check the following points in your partner’s paper.

Unit: 5. Advances in Science and Technology
Page: 70
Writing Task / Genre: A Descriptive Essay
Prompt: Write about an experience you had as a primary school student. Talk about your school, friends, teachers, etc.

Unit: 6. Humour
Page: 83
Writing Task / Genre: A reply Letter
Prompt: Your friend has just sent you a letter saying that there is no use in watching comedy films. Write a reply letter trying to convince him/her of the importance of watching such films.

Unit: 7. Citizenship
Page: 97
Writing Task / Genre: An Article For or Against
Prompt: You participated in a writing contest and you were given the following topic: ‘‘Are you for or against voluntary work? ”Write an article giving arguments for and against, then present your personal standpoint.

Unit: 8. Brain Drain    
Page: 111
Writing Task / Genre: A letter to the Editor
Prompt: You have recently read a lot about the phenomenon of brain drain in a magazine. Write a letter to the editor s suggesting some measures that may solve the problem or at least reduce its negative effects.

Unit: 9. Sustainable development
Page: 127
Writing Task / Genre: A Film Review
Prompt: Write a film review of a film you have just seen following the model on page 126. Your outline should look like this.

Unit: 10. International Organisations    
Page: 142
Writing Task / Genre: An e-mail
Prompt: Your English pen pal is planning to spend his holiday in Morocco. He has been told that the most ideal places to visit are  Marrakesh and Agadir, but he can’t decide which city to stay in. Write an e-mail telling him about some of the similarities and differences between the two cities.



    thank you so much Mr Nabil Sbaybi
    I would like you to tell me what are the most important topics of writing that are given in national exams?

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