Introduction This is where you should state what is going to be discussed. Make any
different arguments / perspectives / factors clear so that your reader
knows what to expect.
Main
body
Argument 1 State your first argument /
perspective / factor and clarify
what you mean with a brief
explanation.
Add any relevant evidence here.
You might refer to historians’ views
to supplement this argument even
further.
Each paragraph should have the
following structure:
Point State your argument / perspective
/ factor.
Explain Explain briefly what the
argument / perspective / factor is
about.
Evidence Provide some evidence here.
Relevant facts, events, names, dates,
statistics can all go here. Be sure to
explain their relevance fully to
demonstrate your understanding.
Evaluate Suggest which piece of
evidence is most convincing or most
important. If you have PEEELed two or
more factors you can compare them
clearly before moving on to the next
one.
Link You can either make a clear link
back to the question, to show the
relevance of your argument… Or you
can provide a link between your current
factor and the next one to illustrate
inter-connected features.
Argument 2 State your second argument /
perspective / factor and clarify
what you mean with a brief
explanation.
Add any relevant evidence here.
You might refer to historians’ views
to supplement this argument even
further.
You should finish this section off by
comparing the first two factors for
significance. If you have identified
competing arguments you could
suggest which one is most
convincing so far.
Argument 3 State your third argument /
perspective / factor and clarify
what you mean with a brief
explanation.
Add any relevant evidence here.
You might refer to historians’ views
to supplement this argument even
further.
Conclusion Your conclusion requires a final judgement. Which factor is most
significant? Which argument is most convincing? Which piece of evidence
best answers the question and why?
Bibliography This is the list of resources you have used. Make sure you reference the
resources throughout your work so it is very clear that you have used them
and not just listed them at the end! Your list should be in alphabetical
order and must conform to Harvard requirements.

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