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Can someone please explain criteria F to me please?

F: application of analytical and evaluative skills appropriate to subject

What do the markers look for and how do you incorporate this into your essay?

If someone could provide an example or just explain this, I would greatly appreciate it!

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That statement just means that you have an argument that you developed and explained rather than just stated. By analyze it means just that -- you looked at how it happened/how it is presented, why it happened/is presented that way, and what that means. It also means that you evaluated and came to a conclusion after considering alternate viewpoints and counterarguments. This could also include reflecting on an experimental procedure (biology/chemistry/physics), evaluating sources/doing OPVL (history), for example. The subject part just refers to how you will be analyzing based on what subject your EE falls under.

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That statement just means that you have an argument that you developed and explained rather than just stated. By analyze it means just that -- you looked at how it happened/how it is presented, why it happened/is presented that way, and what that means. It also means that you evaluated and came to a conclusion after considering alternate viewpoints and counterarguments. This could also include reflecting on an experimental procedure (biology/chemistry/physics), evaluating sources/doing OPVL (history), for example. The subject part just refers to how you will be analyzing based on what subject your EE falls under.

So I am doing my essay on cross-dressing in Shakespeare and empowerment... for my essay I studied certain characters throughout the novel and how the male disguise helped them gain power. Would that work under this criteria?

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Yes that would still work. The point of an A1 EE is analysis anyways! Just analyze the texts, give examples, and a counterexample or two here and there and you will be fine.

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