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Analysis 3: Using Your Facts

Have you ever compared your essay to a sample answer, or one with a higher grade, and wondered what was different about yours? Especially if you seemed to use all the correct law? It's likely that you aren't using your facts enough!

This lesson will explain why it's important that you use your facts, as well as help you to do just that!

This lesson also includes video commentary from the author that expands on the material in the lesson.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Identify why they should use facts more often in essays.
2. Identify relevant facts to use in essays.
3. Use relevant facts in an essay format.
4. Use relevant facts to strengthen an essay's analysis.

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