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Hi all,

Am finding my Controlled Assessment task very difficult for WJEC CBAC GCSE English Literature. It is the essay task in which I have to compare the control of women by men and the treatment of women in Romeo and Juliet to a selection of poems.

My analysis is my biggest problem and that is where I lose most marks. That is also the biggest portion of the score.

My school has set me on a target grade of an A.

Can anyone help? I would be happy to PM my draft to someone, just a little reluctant to post it here.

Thank you very much!
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(Original post by londoncricket)
Hi all,

Am finding my Controlled Assessment task very difficult for WJEC CBAC GCSE English Literature. It is the essay task in which I have to compare the control of women by men and the treatment of women in Romeo and Juliet to a selection of poems.

My analysis is my biggest problem and that is where I lose most marks. That is also the biggest portion of the score.

My school has set me on a target grade of an A.

Can anyone help? I would be happy to PM my draft to someone, just a little reluctant to post it here.

Thank you very much!
It's romeo and juliet this year? I did macbath. The easiest thing to do in my opinion is print out the play and highlight and make notes on the relevant sections, then pick the est ones to add. Write a draft and practise this so itll be easier for the CA
You also need to use PEE , point, evdence (quote) explanation.

E.g (this may not be correct as I havent read romeo and juliet in ages, but its just an example)
In Romeo and juliet, we see that the men are portrayed with a much higher standard than the women, this enables them to be allowed to control the women. For example (add quote - e.g when juliets father forces her to marry paris) The word 'blah' shows the demanding tone of the father when addressing Juliet. Also the word 'blah blah blah' conveys that it is the men who ultimately take over the decisions of th women. This overall leads us to believe that men are beginning to take a more lead role in the daily lives of blah blah blah.

That was basically how I did each of my paragraphs last year
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It's romeo and juliet this year? I did macbath. The easiest thing to do in my opinion is print out the play and highlight and make notes on the relevant sections, then pick the est ones to add. Write a draft and practise this so itll be easier for the CA
You also need to use PEE , point, evdence (quote) explanation.

E.g (this may not be correct as I havent read romeo and juliet in ages, but its just an example)
In Romeo and juliet, we see that the men are portrayed with a much higher standard than the women, this enables them to be allowed to control the women. For example (add quote - e.g when juliets father forces her to marry paris) The word 'blah' shows the demanding tone of the father when addressing Juliet. Also the word 'blah blah blah' conveys that it is the men who ultimately take over the decisions of th women. This overall leads us to believe that men are beginning to take a more lead role in the daily lives of blah blah blah.

That was basically how I did each of my paragraphs last year
Yeah it is the Romeo and Juliet this year...

Wow, great thank you. May I ask what your grade was?
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Yeah it is the Romeo and Juliet this year...

Wow, great thank you. May I ask what your grade was?
I got an A If you want I can PM you a paragraph i did for macbeth and you might be able to use it as a basis? That is, if you want
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I got an A If you want I can PM you a paragraph i did for macbeth and you might be able to use it as a basis? That is, if you want
Wow that's great!

Yes please! That would be great! Thanks!


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