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Teacher set a hw for an inspector calls assessment

It’s about old v young generation

Any analysis quotes example essays would be appreciated

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I would focus on Sheila vs Mrs Birling as then you could also compare genders as well. By doing this you should reference their views about Eva , what they think once they find out the inspector was not an inspector and overall their attitudes within the play. I would recommend comparing quotes from the first and last act.
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(Original post by Cheesecake04)
I would focus on Sheila vs Mrs Birling as then you could also compare genders as well. By doing this you should reference their views about Eva , what they think once they find out the inspector was not an inspector and overall their attitudes within the play. I would recommend comparing quotes from the first and last act.
Thanks. Can you give me an example essay ( if you don’t mind don’t have to) 😅
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Thanks. Can you give me an example essay ( if you don’t mind don’t have to) 😅
Why do you need an example essay? All you have to do is use the ideas given by the user above and form a few paragraphs.
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Why do you need an example essay? All you have to do is use the ideas given by the user above and form a few paragraphs.
My teachers say my writing structure ain’t that good so I wanna see how other people do it so I can improve
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My teachers say my writing structure ain’t that good so I wanna see how other people do it so I can improve
I would recommend:
Putting an introduction
Embedding context within the paragraph instead of attaching it at the end of the paragraph
Fully analysing a quote before moving on to another one
Always link back to the question
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https://gcseenglishwithmisshuttlesto...ted-structure/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODSEZZfm-JA

These may help.
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Hello. Focus on the relationship between Sheila and Mrs Birling. This is a essay plan to follow, intro paragraph, first one concentrates on Sheila and the next one revolves around her mother.

Quote analysis is recommended
Link your answer back to the original question
Use your class notes as a source of fodder
Highlight any interesting quotes in red and make up a list to use as a means of reference
Explore the themes of the text as well
Number the themes in a logical order
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Thanks sooooo much you don’t understand
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Thanks sooooo much you don’t understand
XD, that’s fine , don’t worry. Feel free to message me if you need any more help on this or other questions.
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