|Keeping a Diary|
|Filling in Forms|
|The Class Newspaper|
|Problems in Writing|
|Points to Remember|
|KCPE 2008 Composition|
|KCPE 2005 Composition|
- Minutes are written records of the proceedings of a meeting.
- Minutes include:
- Minutes are always written in the past tense and should be clear and concise.
- Remember to use active or specific and not passive or vague phrases.
- Examples of expressions used: members agreed, the chairman requested, the members resolved, suggested, etc.
- Look at the sample of minutes below.
Continuation of the wildlife club minutes Min. 1/06: