Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE): How to Write an Essay
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An essay in the C1 Advanced Writing paper is usually written for an academic tutor and may be written as a follow-up to a class activity, such as attending a seminar or watching a documentary. The main purpose of the task is to underline relevant salient issues on the stated topic, and to support an argument with subsidiary points and reasons. An essay should be well organised, with an introduction, clear development and an appropriate conclusion. Essays are part of the first section of the CAE Writing paper. Just like every other writing task in C1 Advanced you can apply a specific structure because the different tasks share the same characteristics. Obviously, the topic changes and the input you get from the question differs, but, essentially, it is like repeating the same task over and over again.
There are 2 parts in the CAE writing paper. There is one question in Part 1 and this is always an essay. The aim is to answer this question, writing between words.
You can listen for free at our SoundCloud page below. All comments and feedback welcome! This is a lesson plan to help students approach and complete the new formal essay task in the CAE writing paper. CAE Writing Part 1 handout. CAE Writing key.
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