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    Hi my son has autism and I need some help to enable him to revise & construct a PEE paragraph on how Sheila is the character whom changes the most throughout the book. He does know how to do these paragraphs but I'm struggling with how to assist him with it. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    I don't want to jump to any conclusions but can you please explain?
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    Sorry it's an inspector calls, I need to explain how her character, Sheila, changes using the PEE technique.
    Point, explain, evaluate.
    Darn auto correct missing you half my text out
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    P - Sheila is a well-made character. (Well-made as in she changes from a state of stubbornness to enlightenment.)
    E - She first acts as a child showing childish behaviour but then later on even dares to correct her own mother who is lying. She has taken up responsibility for her own actions and through this are helping other to do so too.
    E - Thus, the reader acknowledges the fact that Sheila is a well-made character and also enables them through Sheila to have faith in humanity restored again. The change in her is so obvious and explicit that the entire book may and could be based upon her changing and leading as an example of people of her age the youth, it is their responsibility to lead the new world without racism, class division ,sexism and so on.

    Just a small point - you should expand on this and create further points like this, after which you should be fine.
    Hope this helps :-)
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    The above point you should be able to read The play in am hour or so. It's easy to contrast the characters If you re-read and re-read.
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    http://www.oxnotes.com/gcse-english-literature.html
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    Thank you so much for simplifying that and the link. There's. Very little out there for special needs learners I did however make revision cards
    Take care
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