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Week 6 Lesson 3: Explanation of SAC 1 - Analysis of primary sources and historical interpretations

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Liam Brooks

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Transcript of Week 6 Lesson 3: Explanation of SAC 1 - Analysis of primary sources and historical interpretations


LI:
To gain an overview of SAC 1.

SC:
Students will be able to explain the requirements, format, topics, and key knowledge and skills of SAC 1.

The basics
When?
Period 1, Friday 24 March (day after English SAC 1).


Where?
The Exam Centre (the old ranch)

What?
An analysis of primary sources and historical interpretations (i.e historians' opinions)

Duration?
67 minutes - 7 minutes reading time, 60 minutes writing time.
What are we allowed to use?
What is the structure of the SAC and how does it affect the way I should do it?
You will analyse
three sources
One
written
primary source
One
visual
primary source
One historical interpretation (i.e. an historian's opinion)

For each source there will be
one question with an a/b/c format
For example
Source 1
Question 1
A.
B.
C.

What is the structure of the SAC and how does it affect the way I should do it?
Week 6 Lesson 3: Explanation of SAC 1 - Analysis of primary sources and historical interpretations
30 minutes
to do all this x 2
15 minutes for A and B (7.5 mins each)
15 minutes for C.
Let's do Question A together to practice the advised structure for these questions...
Now, get into teams of four, and have a go at Question B together, using the structure we just learned
Have a go at Question C in the same group of four
How do we prepare for the SAC?
This SAC relies on
two
things
Content knowledge
The specific skill of analysing primary sources and historical interpretations.

Therefore...
1. Revise content knowledge BEFORE you start practicing the skill of source analysis.

2. Once you have
thoroughly
revised content, start practising the skill of source analysis.

3. Use the booklet I have provided you with.

4. Submit the first of your handwritten Pactice SACs by Monday 20 March.
The rubric
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