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Learning Outcomes: To create a solid understanding of what  to expect and how to cope with S.A.Ts  questions. Reinforce our ideas on how to use  quotes which will help ready for the  Shakespeare  paper. Try and receive a full understanding of  what is expected of you in the exams.
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Reading The Question It doesn’t matter if you’re doing a piece  of homework or completing an  exam  –  they’re all questions that test if you’ve  understood what you have read. Always read carefully through a bit of  writing before you start to answer the  question. Remember to think  ‘What is it   asking me to do?’
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Answer In Own Words Write things down in your own words. Give reasons for what you have said. Back up your reasons with 
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Unformatted text preview: quotes . It is really important that you remember to include a bit of all of these in your answers. You’ll lose out if you only do 1 or 2 of them. Quote From The Text Teachers love quotes. They show that you have read the text carefully before you have answered the question. Remember – stick loads of quotes in your answer. It is vital that you remember to include speech marks before and after the quote , if you don’t you may lose marks. Plenary Questions What should you always include to back up your ideas. Where should you put speech marks in a quote. What should you always remember to think when answering a question in an exam....
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