Politics A level 24 marker edexcel

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Does anyone do politics a level edexcel. I’m struggling with the structure of 24 markers and was wondering if anyone knows how to set it out? I have to do a 24 marker on conservatism and human nature and could use some help
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Hi,
Does anyone do politics a level edexcel. I’m struggling with the structure of 24 markers and was wondering if anyone knows how to set it out? I have to do a 24 marker on conservatism and human nature and could use some help
Hey! I'm assuming your question is something along the lines of "To what extent are conservatives in agreement over human nature?" The structure for this type of question would be introduction (where you define the strands of conservatism and mention a few of the key thinkers, and then say whether you are arguing that they do agree or they do not agree) and then 4 paragraphs. If you are arguing that conservatives disagree over human nature, you would write one agree paragraph, then one disagree, one, agree, and then finish with one disagree. Then you write a conclusion summarising what you're trying to argue. Remember that for Edexcel you need to include at least one of the mentioned thinkers from the textbook! Hope that helps
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Hey! I'm assuming your question is something along the lines of "To what extent are conservatives in agreement over human nature?" The structure for this type of question would be introduction (where you define the strands of conservatism and mention a few of the key thinkers, and then say whether you are arguing that they do agree or they do not agree) and then 4 paragraphs. If you are arguing that conservatives disagree over human nature, you would write one agree paragraph, then one disagree, one, agree, and then finish with one disagree. Then you write a conclusion summarising what you're trying to argue. Remember that for Edexcel you need to include at least one of the mentioned thinkers from the textbook! Hope that helps
Yes that was my question and this helps so much. Thank you so much)
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