English Language and Literature NEA A Level - help needed!

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So I’m doing the NEA* for a level English Lang/lit and have had a complete block on how to write it. My resources aren’t very helpful and my teachers have tried to explain what to do/ how to structure it but I’m getting nowhere. If anyone has a definitive “formula” of how to structure the introduction, at least, help would be much appreciated!

*My chosen texts are Macbeth and a transcript on domestic violence, exploring presentation of power. (My original idea was too thesis-y so had to switch my approach which I don’t think has helped - as a bit of context).
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So I’m doing the NEA* for a level English Lang/lit and have had a complete block on how to write it. My resources aren’t very helpful and my teachers have tried to explain what to do/ how to structure it but I’m getting nowhere. If anyone has a definitive “formula” of how to structure the introduction, at least, help would be much appreciated!

*My chosen texts are Macbeth and a transcript on domestic violence, exploring presentation of power. (My original idea was too thesis-y so had to switch my approach which I don’t think has helped - as a bit of context).
M Bruff has a cheap guide to English Lit and a GCSE guide to Macbeth

Ofc you can just get an NEA textbook if there is one on Amazon

http://mrbruff.com/product/mr-bruffs...re-ebook-copy/

http://mrbruff.com/product/mr-bruffs...macbeth-ebook/
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So I’m doing the NEA* for a level English Lang/lit and have had a complete block on how to write it. My resources aren’t very helpful and my teachers have tried to explain what to do/ how to structure it but I’m getting nowhere. If anyone has a definitive “formula” of how to structure the introduction, at least, help would be much appreciated!

*My chosen texts are Macbeth and a transcript on domestic violence, exploring presentation of power. (My original idea was too thesis-y so had to switch my approach which I don’t think has helped - as a bit of context).
Hi, did you ever find anything? I’m just getting ready to start mine and can’t find much info on the net and my teacher isn’t helpful.
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