Presentation on theme: "SECTION A – SOURCES!!!! It’s not as hard as you think, as long as you remember HOW to answer the questions! Using the techniques for each question will."— Presentation transcript:
1 SECTION A – SOURCES!!!!It’s not as hard as you think, as long as you remember HOW to answer the questions!Using the techniques for each question will help you to include everything you need to.
2 Qa) What does Source A show you about about…? 2 marks2 POINTS = 2 MARKS!Make 2 points about what the source tells you, and ONLY 2 points (you won’t have time for more)
3 CONTENT + O.K. (own knowledge) Qb) Use Source B and your own knowledge to explain why…?4 marksCONTENT + O.K. (own knowledge)What does the content tell you about why…?How can you expand on this from your own knowledge
4 Qc) How far does Source C support the view that…? 5 marksSOURCE + O.K. + JUDGEMENTWhat does the source tell you that agrees/disagrees with the view? – Don’t just look at the content!How can you expand on this from your own knowledge?Make a judgement on how far the source supports the view i.e. The source fully/partially supports the view, There is a great deal of support…
5 Qd) How useful is Source D to an historian studying…? 6 marksC.O.P. (+and-)CONTENT – What information is given by the source? What information is missing?ORIGIN – Who made the source? When? Where?PURPOSE – Why was this source made? What type of source is it?Remember to explain what makes the source useful AND what limits its usefulness.
6 Qd) Why do Sources E and F have different views about…? 8 marksHOW + WHYHOW are they different? - What is different about the information they give?WHY are they different? - When were they made? Where were they made? Who made them? Tip – Is one a secondary source?