If you look in the examiner's report article I posted here , you'll see the wording of question 1 has changed from 'learn' to 'understand'. This means that you need to vary your answers slightly from being mainly fact based to mainly inferential.
What is inference?
Definition = the process of arriving at some conclusion that, though it is not logically derivable from the assumed premises, possesses some degree of probability relative to the premises.
So it is a skill of coming to a conclusion based on evidence that is not definite but highly probable.
E.g. - Someone is crying - inference - they are unhappy.
Now though this is likely (we generally experience people crying when unhappy) it is not definite (could be tears of joy).
So your answer needs to focus on what you think 'might' be an issue based on clear evidence.
“heinous social, economic and spiritual damage” suggest that the writer strongly disagrees with...
You have evidence and you are making an inference.
So here is your bonus weekend question.
8 Marks - 12 Minutes of Revision - post your answer below.
What do you understand about the issues of camera phones at gigs?