AQA AS English Literature - Tragedy paper B Watch

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Hi,

I was wondering if any one could help me with intros and conclusions as I am really bad at writing them

Thanks in advance
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(Original post by coutrneyf)
Hi,

I was wondering if any one could help me with intros and conclusions as I am really bad at writing them

Thanks in advance
In your introduction, show the examiner that you understand the question and outline your arguments that you will be presenting. For example if the question is about whether a character can be considered a tragic victim, you could say that '[character] is/could be presented as a tragic victim because..... however,.......' (don't go into detail, just outline)

For a conclusion, make a judgement and answer the question. You should try to take a decisive stance, even if you choose to sit on the fence (for example, using the example question above you could agree that they are fully a tragic victim, say they are definitely not a tragic victim, or say that they are somewhere in between and discuss to what extent.)
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