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  • Created on: 06-05-15 20:55


1) Make a point to answer the question you've been given. 

2) Then give an example from the text (either a quote or a description) 

3) After that, explain how your example backs up your point. 

4) Finally, develop your point - this might involve saying what the effect on the reader is, saying what the writer's intention…




i failed my gcse's but its sick cos u dont have to work n **** u just get free money and escape the feds #benefitsfordayz



you could/should also talk about writing techniques for example the alliteration of the "P" in this shows that the food is repetitive and you also get the same food and that's another reason the writer might not like school dinners.

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