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Hi i don’t understand this question ‘Has the role of the individual been the main reason for the change in power since medieval times?’ Could someone help me answer it please,its a 16 mark question
I need to include
3/4 PEE paragraphs
A conclusion
Use a variety of examples from across the entirety of power and the people
Show excellent knowledge
Clearly answer the question in the conclusion

But I have been sent home off school isolating for two weeks
And i dont have my book to get any information/help
Im just not sure how to start writing it like ik not sure ok what to say
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I have done a similar question for the health topic, but the structure is the same for power.

Pick 3 Factors which are important in the development of power (e.g. role of individuals. religion etc.). ONE MUST BE THE FACTOR FROM THE QUESTION. In your cased role of individuals.

Intro: Describe 3 factors and define argument (e.g. Whilst religion played a huge part in the development of power, role of individuals was more significant because....)

Para 1: Medieval Period, describe all of the factors and how significant each were in the time period. Compare and contrast, and see if any factors link in with each other,

Para 2: Early Modern Period (Renaissance - Modern) Same thing as para 1 but with different time period

Para 3: Modern period: same thing as para 1 but with different time period

Conc: Justify why your chosen factor was the most important factor, by comparing and contrasting.
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