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Is a good structure for an A Level English Lit poetry essay

Intro
Imagery
Language
Structure/Form
Conclusion

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Which exam board? And AS or A2?
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Which exam board? And AS or A2?
It's AS OCR
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Which exam board? And AS or A2?
My teacher told me that it would be directly answering the question since each time it explicitly says "Explore the effects of language, imagery and verse form...." but I'm finding it a bit mechanical?
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My teacher told me that it would be directly answering the question since each time it explicitly says "Explore the effects of language, imagery and verse form...." but I'm finding it a bit mechanical?
Ah, I'm doing AS AQA but I think the fact that it sounds mechanical just makes it more logical, so you won't be going off on a tangent or anything.

When it comes to doing poetry essays, I keep trying to find 'formulas' on how to get the perfect answer
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Ah, I'm doing AS AQA but I think the fact that it sounds mechanical just makes it more logical, so you won't be going off on a tangent or anything.

When it comes to doing poetry essays, I keep trying to find 'formulas' on how to get the perfect answer
That's a good point Yeah I find poetry essays a lot more mechanical than ones on books, which can be good at times...
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That's a good point Yeah I find poetry essays a lot more mechanical than ones on books, which can be good at times...
Agreed. But its quite sad how they try to suppress all our ideas into one exam paper
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Agreed. But its quite sad how they try to suppress all our ideas into one exam paper
Exactly! I always feel like I have so much to say but only about 1% is relevant haha
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