Point What’s your point (Poem A) In [state poem A], the speaker presents … Evidence



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Point
What’s your point (Poem A)

In [state poem A], the speaker presents …

Evidence
Give a quote

For example, [quote]
This can be seen when [quote

Technique
What language or structure devise is being used?

The use of (technique)…

Analysis
How does the technique connect to your point? Or what does the technique demonstrate or show?

… shows how…
This is effective because…
One reason being why this devise is important is because…
One reason why the poet mentions this is because…
The importance of this is due to…
This shows…




Similarly,
In contrast,
However,
Whereas,

(Sub) Point
What’s your connected point (Poem B)?
Give a further point

In [state poem B], the speaker presents …

Evidence
Give a quote

For example, [quote]
This can be seen when [quote]

Technique
What language or structure devise is being used?

The use of (technique)…

Analysis
How does this technique connect to your point? (i.e., so what? Explain the significance) or what does the technique demonstrates or show?

… shows how…
This is effective because…
One reason being why this devise is important is because…
One reason why the poet mentions this is because…
The importance of this is due to…
This shows…

Context




Link
Answer the question directly. Use the last line like a conclusion
Summarise the key

Overall, therefore both poems are presented as … for example



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