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Exam revision 2: Source analysis (historical interpretations

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Exam revision 2: Source analysis (historical interpretations)
LI:
To understand the requirements and structure of the
source analysis section
of the exam.

SC:
Students will complete a practice source analysis.
Source analysis relates to:

Section A Part 1 (Russia AOS 1 or China AOS1)
Section B Part 2 (Russia AOS 2 or China AOS2)

Source analysis could be:
a written primary source
a visual primary source
an historical interpretation
a combination of two or all three of the above
Source analysis: Do's and Dont's
Read the questions carefully

Read/view the source/s thoroughly

Pay attention to what it is actually asking, i.e. if it asks you to explain the
causes
rather than
effects
of an event, then do that!

Pay attention to date ranges

Stick to time limits and spaces for A, B & C questions (they are there to guide you!)

Time management
30 minutes in total for the A, B & C questions

Question A
5 marks
7.5 minutes
About 150 words

Question b
5 marks
7.5 minutes
About 150 words

Question C
10 marks
15 minutes
250+ words
The biggest DO in source analysis...
QUOTE THE SOURCE!!!!!!!!
It's
ALL
in the structure...
PSAE
can
be used in A & B Questions.

PSAE
and
HIAE
should
be used in C Questions

In other words,
don't
use HIAE
in A & B Questions.
Again, it's
ALL
in the structure...
DON'T...
Simply
retell
events
Get quickly to
why they are important
: Causes? Effects? Impact on
different
people (peasantry, proletariat, internally in the Communist Party, women, intelligentsia, bourgeoisie)

Trail off-topic
If you know the structure by heart, you will avoid this trap easily
Source analysis practice

Historical interpretation
1. You will have 50 minutes.

2. Use the resources:
How to structure a source analysis document (
please
follow it)
Cheat sheet for the topic
Exam-style answer space

1. Get into groups of three

2. Each person read out their answers.
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