For thirty-minute selective school test writing prompts
You will notice that many text types follow a similar structure: Introduction, Body, Conclusion.
The following texts require minor adjustments to the universal structure.
Everybody is familiar with narrative structure: Orientation, Complication, Series of Events, Climax, Resolution.
However, there is nothing wrong with adjusting this structure for the selective schools test. For instance,
Adjusted narrative structure.
The main thing is, a story must always have progression.
Same as exposition except with speech features. E.g. Salutations + adjustments for the audience + rhetorical questions
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