Info for teacher
Info for teacher
Sale and purchase notice
You are the former owner of a toy Llama and are selling it to a new home.
Selling an animal is a little different from selling just a thing. Write and draw an announcement.
What things should be written in the notice so that the llama gets the most suitable new home and
appropriate care for the llama,
the right kind of food and
the right kind of exercise.
Think and write an announcement.
Sales announcements can be practiced:
Making a sales notification
Take good pictures from different directions
high quality pictures
of the item you are selling:
at close range
from several different angles
The pictures must be clear.
A foggy picture gives an unreliable
Design a good sales text
The next most important thing is the title.
The title should be short and concise and tell you what the product is about and possibly a few more detailed notes.
You should also not try to fit too much information into the title.
A title that is too long is easily lost to shorter and more concise ones.
Also tell us about the product's faults
describe how much product has been used
even small errors in the product must be reported, they prevent later disputes if the buyer is disappointed with the product
state the defects in the product without exaggerating them
you should not use superlatives such as "top individual" or "top good" in the announcement, as someone may misunderstand them
stick to the facts and to the point, it gives the most reliable picture
Design a beautiful ad layout
In a good announcement, the sentences start with a capital letter and the text itself is in small letters.
You should not write a continuous text that is too long, but separate things into paragraphs with one empty line.
French lines should be used when listing product features.
The font of the text should be the default size and no special formatting, such as bolding, underlining, capital letters and italics, should be used.
Bold can be used, for example, in the headings of the announcement such as "Features" or "Equipment", after which the features are listed in French lines.
The less extra formatting there is in the notice, the clearer, more reliable and easier to read the notice is.
What not to put in the notice
Adjectives such as excellent, excellent, high-quality
Text written in capital letters
Multiple spaces between words, or multiple line breaks between paragraphs
Text written in bold font
Text written with colors or any other special formatting
Text other than the default font size