Letter to the Editor Class 11 | Class 10 | Class 12 | Format | Marking Scheme |
Letter writing has always been a very important skill for students. Even though there are many different types of letters, the most important one is the letter to the editor. Students often come across problems while writing this type of letter, but don’t worry – we have provided you with a format that should help you out. The format is below.
Format of Letter to Editor
Important Points to Remember While Writing a Formal Letter
- Use the prescribed format (Sender’s address, Date, Receiver’s address, Subject, Salutation, BOL, Subscription)
- Adhere to word limit i.e. 120-150 words
Marking Scheme of Letter to Editor
- Format – 1 Mark (Sender’s address, Date, Receiver’s address, Subject, Salutation, Closing, Subscription)
- Content – 2 Marks
- Expression – 2 Marks
(Grammatical Accuracy, Appropriate Words and Spellings – 1 Mark)
(Coherence, Relevance of Ideas and Style – 1 Mark)
Sample of Letter to Editor
Subject: (To be Written in Block Letters or first letter Block)
Through the column of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw your kind attention towards the issue of (mention problem/issue here). Since you have got enough expertise in bringing such issues to public and making them aware of the happenings around them, I request you to go through my problem that is depicted below.
Elaborate the issue/problem & Suggest some ways to improve or change the condition in about 80-100 words.
In the end, request you to publish my views in your newspaper so that the authority concerned may wake up and hold their responsibility solemnly.
Kindly refer to the following for better preparation of writing letters.
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