It's done in one paragraph. Your thesis isnt really divided - basically, the idea is that you accept that the anti-thesis does change the original thesis you started the paragraph with. For example, in a paragraph arguing that Hitler was an totalitarian leader, you may say the following:Hey man thanks for the guide, I was wondering why I could never get full marks lol
So with the thesis-anithesis-synthesis (T-A-S), are three of these done in one paragraph?
Also if you're going to use T-A-S does that mean you're thesis is always divided?
That's probably using the old exam books which had much bigger lines. Then again, I got 8/9 pages for my HSC using the new books.Great guide, and thanks heaps, but I don't see how you get 1000 words to be 8 pages My writing isn't overly small and 5 pages is anywhere from 1000 words to 1300 words for me.
May I send you a few essays to read over/critique? I feel as if my history teacher is being too lenient with his marking so it's really difficult to improve.That's probably using the old exam books which had much bigger lines. Then again, I got 8/9 pages for my HSC using the new books.
Hope these steps help.I know this may sound ridiculous, but how do you structure a logical and cohesive band 6 response in relation to the questions that ask "How useful are sources .... in your response consider the reliability and perspective of each."
These questions so confusing :[.