How do I structure an A Level English paragraph?

When thinking about structuring an English A Level paragraph you need to split it into 4 sections;Point- what point are you making in this paragraph and how does it link into the question asked.Evidence- your chosen quotes used to back up your initial point.Analysis- analysing the quotes, linking it into the point, Explanation- why these quotations matter, also using other perspectives such as feminist/ marxist viewpoints etc, as well as linking context into the point.Finish the paragraph with a concluding sentence linking back to the opening point.

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