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For Part A and B of the GCSE AQA of mice and men questions, are you supposed to write introductions and conclusions like you are supposed to for an inspector calls or the crucible e.t.c

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I'm not sure. but I think for a) you don't need to do an intro or conclusion, just go straight into the analysis. You could probably do one to briefly introduce the theme they're asking about in b) and also a brief conclusion to summarise things.

That's what I'm doing anyway :P
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I'm not sure. but I think for a) you don't need to do an intro or conclusion, just go straight into the analysis. You could probably do one to briefly introduce the theme they're asking about in b) and also a brief conclusion to summarise things.

That's what I'm doing anyway :P

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Also with part b do you need to analyse language or just look at situations in Of mice and men that relate to the question?
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Also with part b do you need to analyse language or just look at situations in Of mice and men that relate to the question?
in part b it's more making points in relation to the question, and then back these up with quotes that you can do a bit of analysing of to show you understand what the words are showing. So still analyse language but not as much, as your explaining is more important in this part.
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in part b it's more making points in relation to the question, and then back these up with quotes that you can do a bit of analysing of to show you understand what the words are showing. So still analyse language but not as much, as your explaining is more important in this part.
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