Hi! Generally how I structure my ones are:
Paragraph 1. Introduction (basically just list your 3 points for the essay)
Paragraphs 2-4. PEEL paragraphs. State your point and back it up with examples from the text - but no need to quote/analyse the Latin as that's not what the 10 marker is asking for. So with G&P, for example, the 2020 question was ‘Tacitus portrays Germanicus as good and Piso as evil’ - all you need to do is find examples in the text that agree/disagree with this statement (e.g. Germanicus was dutiful as he attended to the Armenians before his own differences with Piso and Plancina which shows him as good etc.). You could, if you liked, quote in English but there's no need to quote in Latin and certainly no need to analyse the language of any quotes; just give examples and explain how they link to the question. Normally, aim to have 2/3 examples per paragraph from different parts of the set text (i.e. not all just from the beginning).
Paragraph 5. Conclusion (summarise your points and then answer whether you agree/disagree/are undecided with the question)
Don't spend more than 20 minutes on it though because time is so tight in the literature paper.