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    Hiya, could anyone help me with knowing how to structure 25 mark prescribed literatures questions for both verse and prose?
    (if you could direct me to a thread that would cool!)
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    (Original post by Aish112)
    Hiya, could anyone help me with knowing how to structure 25 mark prescribed literatures questions for both verse and prose?
    (if you could direct me to a thread that would cool!)
    thanks
    I'm not sure about any threads but I learn the text using quizlet: www.quizlet.com/mchappley
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    (Original post by Aish112)
    Hiya, could anyone help me with knowing how to structure 25 mark prescribed literatures questions for both verse and prose?
    (if you could direct me to a thread that would cool!)
    thanks
    Basically for the 25 markers follow this simple rule:

    "tell them what you're going to tell them,
    tell them,
    tell them what you told them"
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    (Original post by magnusc)
    Basically for the 25 markers follow this simple rule:

    "tell them what you're going to tell them,
    tell them,
    tell them what you told them"
    ... so you basically are saying intro, middle and conclusion... okay, I was looking for something a bit more detailed but thanks anyway
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    (Original post by Aish112)
    ... so you basically are saying intro, middle and conclusion... okay, I was looking for something a bit more detailed but thanks anyway
    PEE - Point Evidence Explanation - For this you make the point in relation to the question and then supply evidence using the LTA method.

    LTA - Latin Translate Analysis

    In the intro don't stall to get to the point, literally just say every point you are going to make. Then in the middle expand each point using PEE and LTA. Conclusion recap on everything you've said, weigh it all up and give your answer in relation to the question. The questions will be relating to one opinion vs. another so making enough points about both is key.
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    okay, that sounds good! thank you, do you know how they allocate marks? as in, how many points are ideal to make? thanks again
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    (Original post by Aish112)
    ... so you basically are saying intro, middle and conclusion... okay, I was looking for something a bit more detailed but thanks anyway
    Ahhh, you seem to be doing the other texts as I am doing Catullus and Pliny!
 
 
 
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