PEEL writing technique

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Using the PEEL writing technique in Geography lessons.

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  • You have counted them all, have you Yisi Liu? haha
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  • when was China ever over 2 billion lol, its shit
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PEEL writing technique

  1. 1. Burger Model! The top bun is your POINT. China is an overpopulated country. The meat burger is your EVIDENCE. The country has a population of just over 2 billion people. And the country’s agriculture, energy supplies and forests have all come under increase stress The bun on the bottom is your EXPLANATION. In the 1950s and 1950s the people were encouraged to have as many children as possible due to the state philosophy that "a large population gives a strong nation”. At same time, death rates decreased, due to improved food supplies and medical care.
  2. 2. PEEL • Point – make a point about the China’s population. • Evidence – some evidence to show this point. • Explain – explain how this evidence proves your point. • Link – link back to the point.
  3. 3. PEEL • P – China is an overpopulated country. • E- The country has a population of just over 2 billion people and the country’s agriculture, energy supplies and forests have all come under increased stress. • E-In the 1950s and 1950s the people were encouraged to have as many children as possible due to the state philosophy that "a large population gives a strong nation”. At same time, death rates decreased, due to improved food supplies and medical care. • L – This has lead to the country being overpopulated.

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