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    Im so nervous and screwed for this exam, whats weird is I am fine at analysing unseen poems but I have no idea on how to compare two poems im literally dead its stressing me out so much

    please can somebody help me my teachers is not help.

    what is a good structure to use and how much should I write? (edexcel lit)
    please somebody help me


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    Ignore the grammar error about teachers i was in a rush and was and im typing on my phone


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    In my class we are taught to structure our poetry comparisons with the annogram 'TEWAC'.
    Technique/terminology
    Evidence
    Words from the question
    Analysis (speculate if you can)
    Comparison
    I usually write 6 of these paragraphs altogether, an introduction, a paragraph about the structure of the poem and a brief conclusion.
    If you use this sort structure and know the poems you are writing about then I'm sure you'll be fine! Good luck, I bet you'll do better then you think! 😊
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    (Original post by Jennykate2000)
    In my class we are taught to structure our poetry comparisons with the annogram 'TEWAC'.
    Technique/terminology
    Evidence
    Words from the question
    Analysis (speculate if you can)
    Comparison
    I usually write 6 of these paragraphs altogether, an introduction, a paragraph about the structure of the poem and a brief conclusion.
    If you use this sort structure and know the poems you are writing about then I'm sure you'll be fine! Good luck, I bet you'll do better then you think! 😊
    What should I write in the intro?? 😣


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    (Original post by ksj.11)
    What should I write in the intro?? 😣


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    I always say what the poem is about and write a brief analysis of the title, it doesn't have to be much, i think it's just to show the examiner that you understand the poem as a whole 😊
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    (Original post by Jennykate2000)
    In my class we are taught to structure our poetry comparisons with the annogram 'TEWAC'.
    Technique/terminology
    Evidence
    Words from the question
    Analysis (speculate if you can)
    Comparison
    I usually write 6 of these paragraphs altogether, an introduction, a paragraph about the structure of the poem and a brief conclusion.
    If you use this sort structure and know the poems you are writing about then I'm sure you'll be fine! Good luck, I bet you'll do better then you think! 😊
    im still stuck 😭. In the technique part do i write a common feature in both poems?


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    (Original post by ksj.11)
    im still stuck 😭. In the technique part do i write a common feature in both poems?


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    If you can then do, but if not then I don't think it matters as long as you answer the question through analysing the language somehow! It's a really hard exam so just try your best!
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    you will fail
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    lol
 
 
 
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