Presentation on theme: "Watch your timing! 1 mark = 1 minute. What can you learn from sources A and B about... Use quotes. Explain what the quotes tell you. Add an overview sentence."— Presentation transcript:
What can you learn from sources A and B about... Use quotes. Explain what the quotes tell you. Add an overview sentence at the end.
How can you tell that the author/artist of source C thought that...? How has the artist of source C shown the importance of...? What words does the author use to show approval /dislike/importance? How does the author use light/colour/layout of the image/placement of people to give a message? What is in the picture? Whats left out?
How far does source F support the view of source G on...? How far do sources F and G agree about...? Alternate between the sources. Use lots of quotes. Use connectives – similarly / in contrast / whereas. Sum up – how far do you agree?
Which is more useful for an investigation into... source G or source H? Compare the value of sources G and H for...? Consider the content and origins of the sources. Use quotes. Use an acronym to make sure you cover everything: DAMMIT / ABCD / 5Ws
How far do you agree that...? What part did…play in…? How important was…in…? Watch out for the iceberg – dont just write about what is named in the source Use lots of quotes (from named sources and other sources) Use your own knowledge too Think 4 – 4 – 2: 4 things on the named factor or person; 4 points on other factors or people; 2 points in the conclusion.