How can I better structure my exam essays?

One of the major components of both the GCSE and A-level Spanish exams is the written task. Whilst at GCSE what is largely required is a demonstration of good knowledge of vocabulary and relevant grammar structures, at A-level it is also very important to be able to structure an essay well. This can be dificult when writing in the second language. In order to improve this we can develop an essay structure that works for any question that the student learn by wrote, according to what works best for them and that they are easily able to follow simply interchanging the content. It is also important to have a good bank of connectors and persuasive vocabulary that can help effectively sign-post the essay's content.

Answered by Esmee C. Spanish tutor


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