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    Can someone tell me how to write a concise PETER / PEE paragraph examples because i am really confused and examples will be sooo helpful. I'm doing Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Macbeth, and Inspector calls so if you could say something related to these novels , you would be a lifesaver!
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    Ok so Macbeth’s at you need to do is plan it in this set order
    If the for example question says
    Evaluate Lady Macbeth’s Power throughly out this extract and as a play in a whole
    U need to start off by
    1- Write a point : Lady Macbeth’s Power is shown by....
    2- embed quotes don’t say to show this is Thai quote because you lose marks
    3- explain as deep as you can linking each point to a different part of the play
    4- short quotes not long ones
    5- DONT SAY THE WORD WORD. So if there is an word in the extract for example angry in your explanation don’t say the word angry shows this instead of that noun angry shows this u get more marks
    6- and lastly use discourse markers as you get Higher marks and always refer to the context of the point so uxould say at the time the play was written women didn’t have power as men were more dominant but in this case Lady Macbeth is More dominant over Macbeth
    7- FINALLY EXPLAIN FULLY AND LINK POINTS TO OTHER PARTS OF PLAY AND CONTEXT
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    (Original post by Raeesa___xxx)
    Ok so Macbeth’s at you need to do is plan it in this set order
    If the for example question says
    Evaluate Lady Macbeth’s Power throughly out this extract and as a play in a whole
    U need to start off by
    1- Write a point : Lady Macbeth’s Power is shown by....
    2- embed quotes don’t say to show this is Thai quote because you lose marks
    3- explain as deep as you can linking each point to a different part of the play
    4- short quotes not long ones
    5- DONT SAY THE WORD WORD. So if there is an word in the extract for example angry in your explanation don’t say the word angry shows this instead of that noun angry shows this u get more marks
    6- and lastly use discourse markers as you get Higher marks and always refer to the context of the point so uxould say at the time the play was written women didn’t have power as men were more dominant but in this case Lady Macbeth is More dominant over Macbeth
    7- FINALLY EXPLAIN FULLY AND LINK POINTS TO OTHER PARTS OF PLAY AND CONTEXT
    Thank you u are a lifesaver
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    completely right but i would say in relation to point 5-if you don't know what type of word it is then JUST SAY WORD. my english teacher marks for AQA and she says that examiners prefer you to say word instead of using the wrong terminology.
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    Depends on what question you're given really... My school does PEE but my English teacher really doesn't like it (I'm in 1st set, btw.) My advice is well, of course make a simple point about something so, like for Inspector Calls if it was about something like how Sheila has changed throughout the play, just make sure you remember those quotes about her and try to contextualise it too. Also authorial intention is really important!


    (Original post by itxarinix)
    Can someone tell me how to write a concise PETER / PEE paragraph examples because i am really confused and examples will be sooo helpful. I'm doing Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Macbeth, and Inspector calls so if you could say something related to these novels , you would be a lifesaver!
 
 
 
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