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I have to start my coursework essay when I go back after half-term. I'm not exactly sure what the question or topic is but it's on 'The Inspector Calls'. Is there any advice on how to get a top mark (28,29,30)? Thank you
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I have to start my coursework essay when I go back after half-term. I'm not exactly sure what the question or topic is but it's on 'The Inspector Calls'. Is there any advice on how to get a top mark (28,29,30)? Thank you
Look on the exam board website for guidance.
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Look on the exam board website for guidance.
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Thank you!
You should find markschemes, maybe exemplar pieces, examiner's reports ... which board is it?
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You should find markschemes, maybe exemplar pieces, examiner's reports ... which board is it?
Edexcel IGCSE English Literature
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Edexcel IGCSE English Literature
https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...ning-materials

Exemplar material

Examiners report
https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...Exam-materials
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Thanks a lot. I'll read these and take notes to prepare for my essay throughout the holidays. Hopefully, I'll be fine.
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Thanks a lot. I'll read these and take notes to prepare for my essay throughout the holidays. Hopefully, I'll be fine.
Your teacher should share guidance too. The exemplars look useful ...
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An Inspector Calls is a fairly straightforward text to analyse. You should look at each character and relate their ideas to the capitalism vs socialism debate that dominates the book. You can see it most clearly with characters such as Mr Birling, whose mention of the Titanic as being unsinkable is a metaphor for how in the view of Priestley capitalism was a sinking boat that would take its advocates down with it.
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An Inspector Calls is a fairly straightforward text to analyse. You should look at each character and relate their ideas to the capitalism vs socialism debate that dominates the book. You can see it most clearly with characters such as Mr Birling, whose mention of the Titanic as being unsinkable is a metaphor for how in the view of Priestley capitalism was a sinking boat that would take its advocates down with it.
I'll make sure to add this when I start it. Should I also write about the generation gap between Sheila and Eric and their parents? Thank you
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I'll make sure to add this when I start it. Should I also write about the generation gap between Sheila and Eric and their parents? Thank you
Definitely. The generational gap is quite stark in the reactions we get from each character.
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Definitely. The generational gap is quite stark in the reactions we get from each character.
Thanks. Your help was much appreciated.
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