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Week 6 Lesson 1: The Long March - Primary sources and historical interpretations

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Liam Brooks

on 10 October 2017

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Transcript of Week 6 Lesson 1: The Long March - Primary sources and historical interpretations

LI: To critically analyse primary sources and historical interpretations of the Long March.

SC: Students will use primary sources and historical interpretations to evaluate the significance of the Long March.

Week 6 Lesson 1: The Long March - Primary sources and historical interpretations
How much fact and how much fiction?
1. Working in small groups.
2. Identify
strengths and weaknesses,
then put them into writing using this topic sentence:
"While the source shows (strengths), it largely ignores (weaknesses)."

3. Explain the significance of features to the question:
Identify feature 1 (strength)> explain deeper meaning
Identify feature 2 (strength)> explain deeper meaning
Identify weakness 1> explain deeper meaning
Identify weakness 2> explain deeper meaning
4. We have 12 minutes.
Exam-style paragraph answers
From 2013 exam
1. Working individually.
2. Write a paragraph answer following the suggested structure and using the HIAE and PSAE sheet've been given.
3. Use the exam-style answer booklet space.
4. We have 30 minutes.
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