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My teacher told me that there will be 5 types of questions:

-character
-theme
-event
-moment
-style/lang

I know how structure the first 3, but any ideas on how to structure the last 2??

whats the difference between an event and a moment exactly?

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For what exam board?
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i don't think there is a difference between a moment and an event
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sorry but , real me how do you structure a character question?
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(Original post by Hobbesian)
sorry but , real me how do you structure a character question?
Character Question:

-Introduction: outline socio/hist context in relation to question
-outline that character: personality, status ect
-themes that character represents
-compare/contrast with other characters (in relation to the question)
-events in which that character plays an important role- what this reveals about them
-conclusion

for each paragraph: quotes, examples, hlee's imtentions/way she has presented it
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For what exam board?
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How do you structure a theme question?
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(Original post by Excalibur)
How do you structure a theme question?
(similar to character):

Intro
- characters who illustrate that theme-how ect
- events which illustrate that theme
- importance/significance of that theme
- how the theme is resolved
conclusion

apparently its just a rough guide but to me it looks pretty flexible
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(Original post by realme_5)
My teacher told me that there will be 5 types of questions:

-character
-theme
-event
-moment
-style/lang

I know how structure the first 3, but any ideas on how to structure the last 2??

whats the difference between an event and a moment exactly?

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My teacher answered my question today:

-moment is the same as event
-you wouldnt get style/lang- you talk about them within other essays
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where would you put a question on setting, such as what are the significance of settings in TKAM
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