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Towards Annotating and Extracting Textual Legal Case Elements
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In common law contexts legal cases are decided with respect to precedents rather than legislation as in civil law contexts Legal professionals must 64257nd analyse and reason with and about cases drawn from a set of cases a case base A range of part ID: 1365 Download Pdf
Annotating a text is like having a conversation with a book – it allows active readers to ask questions, comment on meaning, and mark events and passages you want to revisit.. Purpose. To help a serious reader to keep track of patterns, contrasts, plot events, and character development..
Annotating simply means marking the page as you read with comments and/or notes. WHY???. Increases Understanding. Important items easily located. Key ideas . Evidence/Proof. Your reactions. Annotating May Include.
When we read, we are often asked to answer questions or express our ideas about the text.. Why use Explicit Textual Evidence. In order to let people know that we aren’t just making stuff up, we should always use Explicit Textual Evidence to support our answers, ideas, or opinions about texts we read..
LO: To understand the structure of the exam and criteria needed to write a good answer. On exams.... In the exam you will be shown a short clip from a British or American TV Drama. . You will be asked to textually analyse this clip, which you will see four times..
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