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Week 4 Lesson 2: The Great Leap Forward (Source analysis: Historical interpretations)

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Week 4 Lesson 2: The Great Leap Forward (Source analysis: Historical interpretations)
Week 4 Lesson 2:
The Great Leap Forward (historical interpretations)

LI:
To evaluate the significance of the Great Leap Forward (1958-62).

SC:
Students will be able to construct a defensible argument about the consequences of the Great Leap Forward using primary sources and historical interpretations as evidence.

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Key events for China AOS 2
How to structure an analysis of historical interpretations
1. Working as a class.

2. We will go through an A, B C-style analysis of an historical interpretation of the Great Leap Forward of 1958-62.

3. You will copy down the example, step-by-step, in the exam-style answer space provided for the A and B answers only.

4. You will complete the C question yourself, using:
The structure guide
The content reading
(on pp.168-172 of textbook)
The list of PSAE & HIAE
All available on Compass under title with today's date

5. We will have 30 minutes for the C answer.
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