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Drama

Making links between stimuli

Making links using a table

Using a table is one way to make the links between the stimuli in your Documentary Response. Make sure the table demonstrates a thoughtful consideration of the links - even if your drama work didn't touch on all of these.

The table below could be used for the example on the previous page. Fill in the table with all the details and links you can think of.

A table comparing famine and eating disorders

Famine - facts and informationLinksEating disorder - facts and information
list your comments on famine in your version of the tablenote links in this spacelist your comments on eating disorders

Now compare your table to the completed table on the next page.

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