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What can I include for question four in how he writer has different attitude..like is there any specific things that I need to write about.. if so any examples?

And also what can I write about the tone? Or how the writer convey their ideas in both sources??


Can I write about similarities and differences??

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Because I don't understand
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Q1) 4 marks (5 min)
4 statements which are true/false

Q2) 8 marks (10 min)
the summary question - link or compare the two sources (a and b)
Do 2 PEE paragraphs

Q3) 12 marks (15 min)
the language question
look for words, phrases and language techniques from the whole source or from lines x to y (they will tell you in the question)

Q4) 16 marks (25 min)
the comparison question
make 3 comparisons, so 3 or more PEE paragraphs
e.g both writers use language techniques such as similes to describe _____
we can imply that the writer in source A dislikes ______ because we see "_______" the words "_____" connotate with (negative words). This heavily implies that the writer has strong feelings against ______.
in comparison, the writer in source B likes _____ etc.....
(something like that )

Q5) (25 marks for content and organisation, 16 marks for technical accuracy) (45 min)
you are given a statement and are asked to argue for/against it in the form of a speech/newspaper/article etc...

Good luck on the exam!
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(Original post by Maryxo)
Anyone?
I literally just saw this forum, so sorry for late response! :-)

For question four ALWAYS analyse each writer's attitude at the beginning, then the middle and finish with a brief analysis of how their attitude is presented at the end and how it either contrasts or goes with their initial views.

If it contrasts, make sure to quickly write about how this could have happened and give quotes that could show a change in attitude.

I hope this helped a little bit. Good luck with your exam!
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