BJC Formal Letter Writing
In this course, students learn how to write formal letters. Students are required to write a formal letter in the second section of Paper 1 for the English Language BJC exam. Students will learn how to properly address a letter, write the body of a letter, and address an envelope that matches the letter. Students will learn the expectations for writing the following types of letters that may be given for the exam: invitation, complaint, congratulations, thanks, application/nomination, and request.
- Learn how to write and position the various components for addressing the letter and envelope
- Practice addressing a letter and envelope
- Learn the basic elements to be included in the body of a letter
- Learn how to write the 6 types of letters that may appear on an actual exam, including letters of invitation, complaint, congratulations, thanks, application/nomination, and request
- Practice writing at least 4 different types of letters
Course Syllabus: tts BJC Formal Letter Writing syllabus
- Lectures 10
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 30 hours
- Skill level BJC Beginner
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Unit 1: What is Formal Letter Writing?
In this section, students will learn the purpose for writing formal letters, when they will need to write letters, and the basic elements of formal letters.
Unit 2: Format- Letter and Envelope
This unit gives students the information they need to properly format a formal letter and envelope. At the end of the unit, students will complete an assignment and quiz to ensure that they have mastered this stage of the course.
Unit 3: Writing the Body
This section provides brief information about how to write the body of the formal letter.
Unit 4: Types of Letters
In this section, students will learn about the various types of letters they may encounter in their BJC examination.
Unit 5: Practice writing formal letters
In this section, students will complete the bulk of their graded assignments for this course. Students will write 4 complete letters that must be properly formatted, developed in the body, and have matching envelopes. Note: Students may only write each type of letter once. For example, if students wrote an invitation letter for their first letter, then they may not write another invitation letter for the other assignments.