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  1. Section B essay. During rehearsals of our piece, Blue remembered hills, I developed my vocal and physical skills with my characters Angela and Peter.

    I spoke in a harsh tone to clearly show that I had a higher status than Audrey, I was quite loud to show my confidence with what I was saying but also to show Audrey who was boss. There was only one other character on the stage which helped keep the main focus on Audrey and I. When I spoke to Audrey I turned my back so that she was watching me walk away this helped show that Angela was the boss in the friendship and Audrey had to do whatever Angela told her to.

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Conclusion analysis

Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.

  1. Do they use key words from the title or question?
  2. Do they answer the question directly?
  3. Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
  • Compare and Contrast Old man, old man and Warning

    "In conclusion the two poems are similar because they are both about old people. There structure, language and the way they are read is completely different. For example Warning seems to contain commands or instructions on how an old person should behave. Still both poems have shown me vivid pictures of an old persons life even thought there styles are completely different."

  • Describe to what extent does the automization of perception and pictorial cues cause's people to be deceived by visual illusion.

    "As we can see, pictorial cues play a major role in the automization of perception. When these cues are applied to objects they seem to allow people to believe what they are seeing must obviously be accurate. By applying these pictorial cues people do not focus on performing a hypothesis, and following a procedure in order to reach a conclusion, however with the aid of pictorial cues believe that there interpretations seem to be rational."

  • Describe to what extent does the automization of perception and pictorial cues cause's people to be deceived by visual illusion.

    "As we can see, pictorial cues play a major role in the automization of perception. When these cues are applied to objects they seem to allow people to believe what they are seeing must obviously be accurate. By applying these pictorial cues people do not focus on performing a hypothesis, and following a procedure in order to reach a conclusion, however with the aid of pictorial cues believe that there interpretations seem to be rational."

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