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Hi, this is my first time doing modern studies and my teacher gave me this 12 marker question. I need help with the structure
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Same in my crash H geography, but he did go over the topic first. Didnt yours?
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Same in my crash H geography, but he did go over the topic first. Didnt yours?
yeah she gave us like all the notes and stuff i just don’t know how to structure it.
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Hi, I did higher Modern studies last year so I might be able to help.

At my school we used the PEE system. Which stands for point, example, postive evaluation and negavtive evaluation.

For a 12 marker:

You should write 3xPEEE and a conclusion, if you wish you can always write an introduction, which I found quite useful to plan my essay.

So say your question is on government startegies.
P- What the government startegy is and if its good
E- An example of where/how this strategy is used
E- Postive evaluation of the strategy
E- Negative evaluation of the strategy

Then you would repeat this x2

Then your conclsuing statement would usually be summing up your points and for a question like this you could suggest which strategy you believe is the most effective/ least effective and why, at this stage you can compare each factor in which you have discussed.

I hope this helps! But if it doesn't or soemthing I have said doesn't make sense, just ask again on this thread
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