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Regardless of it being unit 1 or unit 2 I always struggle with the 25 marker...
How do you guys structure your paragraphs? And how many sentences for each?

Any help would be appreciated!

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I always struggle with the 25 marker too! My teacher says to start off by already stating your argument in the intro. And basically throughout your essay, make a point, and totally destroy it with your opinion on it, in each paragraph. I'm apparently 'too narrative'...ergh so stressful...
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(Original post by Hanya Pouncey)
I always struggle with the 25 marker too! My teacher says to start off by already stating your argument in the intro. And basically throughout your essay, make a point, and totally destroy it with your opinion on it, in each paragraph. I'm apparently 'too narrative'...ergh so stressful...
this is going to sound so dumb but how do you interpret examples? I lack information AND examples, so annoying
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Like for example, if you were to speak about party image, you could mention the 'Bigotgate' example with Gordon Brown...or the televised TV debates which were more centralised on party image than policy...is that what you mean?
What do you mean by you lack them, don't you feel you know enough? And ikr ! Like I don't know when to apply them and stuff, I actually enjoy the subject but it's all just going downhill
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You interpret examples in relation to the question.

For example, last year I answered the question on whether the UK Constitution was 'flexible' or 'rigid'. I used examples and then analysed those examples from the focus on 'flexible' and 'rigid'.

The introduction of the UK Supreme Court via the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 shows that the UK constitutional is remarkably flexible because such a dramatic shift in judicial power would more than likely of required a long process of amendment if the UK had a written constitution. Therefore, the UK's uncodified constitution grants it a flexibility to adapt to changes in British culture which wouldn't exist if it was restricted by the rigidity of an amendment process.

Okay, I know that was a terrible example but hopefully you get my point.
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