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I did an english essay an in my feedback it said I need to use "appropriate critical terminology?" What is that????
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I would personally speak to your teacher to ask for clarity.
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(Original post by Tj789)
I did an english essay an in my feedback it said I need to use "appropriate critical terminology?" What is that????
terminology is the words/terms that are specific to a certain subject

so critical terminology means the same as 'key terms', important terms which you have learnt in class i.e. enjambment, semantic field etc.
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(Original post by beyknowles)
terminology is the words/terms that are specific to a certain subject

so critical terminology means the same as 'key terms', important terms which you have learnt in class i.e. enjambment, semantic field etc.
Oh ok tanx
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