Evaluation: Writing it up
In this lesson, we will start with a quick quiz. We’ll then be returning to our planning from Lesson 4, where we started to explore our response to the question ‘This part of the story, where Lucy is forced back into her coffin by Van Helsing and his men, shows how men are always victorious. None of our sympathy is with Lucy.’ Today, we will look at how to sequence our thoughts and build an effective evaluation in a systematic way. At the end of the lesson, there will be your usual learning recap quiz which will bring our learning using Dracula as our source text to an end.
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Lesson summary: Evaluation: Writing it up
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