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My teacher always writes "therfore" at the end of my paragraphs to say that i should elaborate on my points.
However, i don't understand how much more extra information i need to know as the textbook doesn't provide that much detail.
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If you want to post an example paragraph I will look over it for you
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If you want to post an example paragraph I will look over it for you
One strength of the Avatistic form is that it took criminology away from its moral discourse nature into a scientific nature full of variables that can be tested and manipulated giving criminology a greater credibility.
That was for 6 marks. but i wrote two paragraphs like that and she gave me 3 marks.

The working memory model identifies that there is more than one type of Short Term memory unlike the multi-store memory model which views memory as a unitary store .
For a 2 mark question she gave me 1 mark
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One strength of the Avatistic form is that it took criminology away from its moral discourse nature into a scientific nature full of variables that can be tested and manipulated giving criminology a greater credibility.
That was for 6 marks. but i wrote two paragraphs like that and she gave me 3 marks.

The working memory model identifies that there is more than one type of Short Term memory unlike the multi-store memory model which views memory as a unitary store .
For a 2 mark question she gave me 1 mark
It sounds like she's being pretty harsh to get you into good habits. I'd say just ask her next time you see her; that's what teachers are there for!!
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