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I'm speaking on 'media encourages an obsession with body image'. i was wondering if anyone could suggest me some questions the examiner might pose during the debate. and any tips for the debate?
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I'm speaking on 'media encourages an obsession with body image'. i was wondering if anyone could suggest me some questions the examiner might pose during the debate. and any tips for the debate?
Which exam board are you doing?
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Which exam board are you doing?
Edexcel GCE A2
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For this issue they might argue that there are lots of plus-sized models nowadays in the media, so it shows an acceptance of all types of body image, which would arguably not cause an obsession with body image due to body types being viewed as equal.
That's all I can think of right now what has your teacher been asking you during practice runs?

Use lots and lots of statistics in your arguments in order to strengthen them. Use impressive phrases. Speak confidently Bonne chance!
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For this issue they might argue that there are lots of plus-sized models nowadays in the media, so it shows an acceptance of all types of body image, which would arguably not cause an obsession with body image due to body types being viewed as equal.
That's all I can think of right now what has your teacher been asking you during practice runs?

Use lots and lots of statistics in your arguments in order to strengthen them. Use impressive phrases. Speak confidently Bonne chance!
well, i really didn't think of that! and it could surely come up! thanks. well, she has been asking on the other factors which can affect the prevalence of eating disorders, you know, the obvious questions thank you for the tips btw! so, what are you speaking on?
bonne chance!
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well, i really didn't think of that! and it could surely come up! thanks. well, she has been asking on the other factors which can affect the prevalence of eating disorders, you know, the obvious questions thank you for the tips btw! so, what are you speaking on?
bonne chance!
You're welcome

Mine is on vegetarianism
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You're welcome

Mine is on vegetarianism
sounds pretty tough to me, anyway bonne chance!
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