By Richard MacAndrew, Cathy Lawday
Cambridge First certificates Writing re-creation combines inventive perform of writing abilities with systematic education for Paper 2. It includes diversified, stimulating actions designed to boost making plans, checking and revising concepts, whereas additionally delivering worthwhile grammar and vocabulary enter and perform. The e-book starts off with a origin unit to extend information of key facets of writing and concludes with a overview unit which attracts jointly the most strategies provided and practised. The goals of every unit are set out in actual fact firstly, and scholars are guided all through by means of priceless, illustrated examination counsel and examine tricks.
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Over the time you spend building your arguments you will have made a considerable emotional investment in your case. You will feel some ownership of your arguments and may tend to become protective of them. While it is very important to be willing to defend all your arguments, it must be a “defence” and not simply a dismissal of the criticism. In moot competitions this issue tends to display itself within the team, particularly if any of the team members are battling insecurities. One member of the team will come up with an argument that they think is compelling, and another member of the team will disagree – and the battle ensues.
Other: (key words not in list) General comments: (This should include a brief summary of main arguments / points raised. ) 33 34 The Art of Argument Writing style The documents produced by your team need to be written in a clear, consistent, flowing style. This will assist readers of your document to follow the logic of your arguments and understand your case. Achieving ‘one voice’ We each have our own distinctive writing style. There may be simple phrases that we tend to repeat, and particular ways we construct a paragraph.
Alternatively, this Tribunal should find that the parties have chosen the laws of England to apply under Article 28(1) of the UNCITRAL Model Law. The arguments may have been placed in this order because the Respondent believed the implied agreement argument was the weaker one. There is a presumption that you should lead with your best argument, but despite the fact that both arguments arrive at the same conclusion, presented in this fashion they are contradictory. The reason the arguments are contradictory when presented this way is because Article 28 UNCITRAL Model Law requires the Tribunal to first look to the parties’ agreement, and then to apply conflict of laws rules only if the parties have not made any agreement.