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Writing an evaluative paragraph for A2 Philosophyessays

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A lame writing frame for A2 Philosophers, to encourage students to produce discursive paragraphs which weigh up ideas rather than just stating them.

A lame writing frame for A2 Philosophers, to encourage students to produce discursive paragraphs which weigh up ideas rather than just stating them.

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    Writing an evaluative paragraph   for A2 Philosophyessays Writing an evaluative paragraph for A2 Philosophyessays Presentation Transcript

    • Writing an Evaluative Paragraph
    • Weighing up a critique• Specify – “One attack on X is…”• Exemplify – “Consider the example of…”• Respond – “X might reply…”, “X could modify their account as follows…”• Counter – “However, a response could be…”• (Respond) – “In reply, X’s opponent could say…”• (Counter) – “In return, X…• Conclude – “On balance, the critique is…”