Macbeth and Inspector Call Predictions edexcel

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Can I have some predictions which has not came yet in a test
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For Macbeth, I think either the themes of guilt or fate/false appearance will come up
For AIC, I think it may be Mr/Mrs Birling or Inspector Goole as a 40 mark question
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for inspector call, lets say the question is mr birling and its a 40 marker, how many paragraphs would you say you need to include in order to get a 9
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(Original post by Ryuzaki_Light)
for inspector call, lets say the question is mr birling and its a 40 marker, how many paragraphs would you say you need to include in order to get a 9
At least 10 paragraphs; there's 50 mins to write so for example intro, like 7-8 paragraphs with good evidence and explanation and a 2-3 line conclusion
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oh btw, i found this really useful, i hope you do aswell.
apparently this is an excellent structure for a good paragraph regarding an inspector call
  1. 1. Clear point always relate to question
  2. 2. Select quotation
  3. 3. Evaluate impacts and meaning of language (vocab)
  4. 4. Evaluate structure of quotation (punctuation and effect)
  5. 5. Impact on audience (not readers it’s a play, meant to be watched)
  6. 6. Why did priestly write this (often to show his social beliefs)
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