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    Hey guys,

    What pattern should I follow in each paragraph to answer the question about An Inspector Calls in order to gain a lot of marks? The same question goes to on how to compare the poetry. I don't know, something like this:
    Introduction
    P1: Point, context, technique
    P2: Same as one.

    I'm just confused, and any help would be much appreciated.
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    Hey guys,

    What pattern should I follow in each paragraph to answer the question about An Inspector Calls in order to gain a lot of marks? The same question goes to on how to compare the poetry. I don't know, something like this:
    Introduction
    P1: Point, context, technique
    P2: Same as one.

    I'm just confused, and any help would be much appreciated.
    If it is an essay question, I would advise you to follow the structure of PEEL (Point, evidence, explain, link), there should be an intro, then three PEEL paragraphs and a conclusion. Half of the paragraphs should be PEE and then the other half of the paragraphs should refer to context. To get top marks in this you have to say what Priestley intended to do.
    If it is an extract question, I would say about 6-9 PEE paragraphs. Include literacy devices as well for extra marks.
    I hope this helps you!
 
 
 
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