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ENGLISH 5 - HANDOUTSInvitation LetterInvitation– a request to attend to an event. It could be a formal event or acasual one, or even a religious event.Invitation Letter- a document that presents aformal requestfor thepresence of an individual, a group of people or an organization at an event.Itcould be printedon paperor sentvia email.How to Write an Invitation Letter1.Mention the purpose of your invitation.Are you inviting the recipient to a wedding? A birthday party? Write the kindof event, and the people involved.2.Clearly state the exact date, time and location.If there's a special significance, you may also include an explanation of whyyou chose the date, time, or location.3.Mention who else is invited.Let the recipient know if they can bring guests, mention how many. You canalso extend the invitation to specific other family members.4.Explain a little about the event.Mention if there are any special requirements in dress code or if the recipientwill need to bring anything. Include a brief description of the event.5.Request a confirmation.Use the phrase 'R.S.V.P. by' and give a date. You can also use 'please reply ifyou can attend' or 'let us know at your earliest convenience'.6.Express your anticipation of the reader's acceptance.ResearchResearch– scientific way of answering questions and testing hypothesis- systematic investigation to establish facts or principles or to collectinformation on a subjectBasic Scientific Method1. Identify the problem.2. Formulate the hypothesis.Hypothesis– a belief or prediction of the final outcome of the research.3. Develop the plan of research (methodology, participants, data gathering,analysis)4. Collecting and analyzing the data.5. Interpreting the results and forming conclusions – does the evidence support thehypothesis.Fact and OpinionFact- a statement that can be proven true or false.Examples: 1. Pizza is a type of food.2. California is a large state.3. Teacher Lara is a 5thgrade teacher.Opinion- what someone thinks, feels or believes.Examples: 1. Pizza is delicious.2. Everyone should visit Singapore.3. Mexico is the best place for a winter vacation.The following phrases and words suggest that a statement is an opinion:good, better, bestshould/should notIn my opinion…I believe that…ConjunctionsCoordinating Conjunctions– connects two complete ideas (independentclauses), it is often (but not always) accompanied by a comma (,).and– sequence/chronology (one idea is after the other)-that one idea is the effect of another-a direct connectionExamples:References: English Encounters: Beyond Grammar 5American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the AmericanPsychological Association (6thed.). Washington, DC: Author
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