FCE Letter of Application

I love letters of application, because they are so full of set expressions – if the students learn them all they have to do is fill in the finer details asked for in the question. But of course, there’s always that “if”.

Letter of Application Question

So, I’ve prepared a powerpoint with accompanying worksheets – there are a choice of three. I’m so generous!  You can use:

Option 1: The standard one – which includes the question, plan and model – the students have to underline the keywords in the question and complete the plan using the model.

Model Letter of application

Option 2: The gap filling one – so, here the students have to fill in the gaps with the expressions provided, and then underline the keywords in the question and complete the plan using the now completed model.

Gap filling Letter of Application

Option 3: The ordering one – the letter has been divided up into sentences and the students have to cut out the strips of sentences, order them and then divided them into paragraphs using the plan to help them. After which, they can complete the plan using the now ordered model.

Ordering Letter of Application

In options 2 & 3 – you can give the students a copy of the letter after they’ve completed the tasks to use with the powerpoint.

Step 1: Choose the worksheet you want to use with your students – see above.

Step 2: Now present the powerpoint – checking their answers and encouraging the students to highlight the content points, useful expressions, etc.

Sample slides

Letter of Application

Letter of Application

Letter of Application

Letter of Application

Source:

First Certificate Trainer, Peter Kay (2010)

Free Powerpoint

FCE Letter of Application

Free Lesson Plan

FCE Letter of Application Teacher’s

Standard Student Worksheet

FCE Letter of Application

Gap-filling Student Worksheet

Fill in gaps FCE Letter of Application

Ordering Student Worksheet

Ordering FCE Letter of Application

Letter of Application

Letter only FCE Letter of Application

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