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Close Reading a quick run through the basics
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Approaching the exam paper
Know the questions that make you panic
If this is one of them - look at the sections that revise it.
Things to mention in ‘show how’ questions.
Imagine the writer is speaking. Listen for the tone of voice.
Some of the things to think about if ‘sound’ is mentioned
Remember connotations in ‘show how’ and word choice questions
You should definitely quote when…
But sometimes it’s advisable NOT to
Be confident. You can do it!
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