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Agony Aunt

Choose a letter to respond to from this selection

Put yourself in the shoes of Meg, an Agony Aunt and start to answer the letters of help from different people (see link on the left), to help them understand the Act and what to do in their circumstances.

This is also good practice for writing letters, explaining ideas and supporting them with evidence.  When you offer advice, back it up with the relevant Data protection principle, or the subject right.

First of all, choose a letter to respond to, by following the link on the left. Next write the number of the letter you are responding to at the top of the text box.

You will compose your response, and submit it to your teacher together with your name and email address.

The number of the letter you are responding to

Your name  

Your Class  

Your letter of Reply

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