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    Umm I am answering a 10mark question firdt time going to do 3 PEE paragraphs, is 1 recent example then developed per paragraph enough
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    Umm I am answering a 10mark question firdt time going to do 3 PEE paragraphs, is 1 recent example then developed per paragraph enough
    I am Yr 13 politics student, edexcel, 10/10 on my 10 mark questions last year For each paragraph you want a point, briefly explained, a recent example and then an analysis (PEA not PEE) - hope that helps Also try to link them to one another but don't do an introduction or conclusion
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    (Original post by hurricaneellin)
    I am Yr 13 politics student, edexcel, 10/10 on my 10 mark questions last year For each paragraph you want a point, briefly explained, a recent example and then an analysis (PEA not PEE) - hope that helps Also try to link them to one another but don't do an introduction or conclusion
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    Analysis
    what the difference between explanation and analysis?? I have been doing PEEL
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    what the difference between explanation and analysis??
    So an explanation is more just outlining what the point you've defined is, analysing is more like the effect of it. What I should have said is actually it depends a lot on the question. Sometimes a question (and please correct me if I am wrong) will as for the effects or how it impacts, a good way to secure marks - but I may be getting mixed up with essay questions - is give a little analyse to show you understand the broader concepts, doing that for even just one of your paragraphs will get you the final mark I hope this helps and I am saying the right thing.
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    (Original post by hurricaneellin)
    So an explanation is more just outlining what the point you've defined is, analysing is more like the effect of it. What I should have said is actually it depends a lot on the question. Sometimes a question (and please correct me if I am wrong) will as for the effects or how it impacts, a good way to secure marks - but I may be getting mixed up with essay questions - is give a little analyse to show you understand the broader concepts, doing that for even just one of your paragraphs will get you the final mark I hope this helps and I am saying the right thing.
    Oh I think I have analysed it then xD, question is about why referendums have been held. So to explain my answers I wrote about the consequences of the government not holding a referendum or I wrote the benefits for holding a referendum

    For example, when there is potential conflict the government will hold a referendum, example being Good Friday Agreement in 1998, if the governemnt acted wihtout the people opinion and made the wrong choice then there would be no peace in Ireland
 
 
 
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