Presentation on theme: "For each of the six people you are shown mark/stand at the appropriate point on your opinion line. Be prepared to explain yourself _______________________."— Presentation transcript:
For each of the six people you are shown mark/stand at the appropriate point on your opinion line. Be prepared to explain yourself _______________________ Good Bad
What criteria do we use to make our opinions?
Oliver Cromwell Hero or Villain?
Aims: How we interpret the role of an individual in History? Using Describe Interpret Evaluate Skills
D I E - Describe Interpret Evaluate Describe – what are they studying (comprehension) e.g. is it a book, painting, biography etc Interpret – what is it saying about Oliver Cromwell? Is he a hero? Is he a villain? Is he both? (comprehension & inference) Evaluate – Marrying the Description and Interpretation together to come to a conclusion. Can a painting be trusted? Did the author know Cromwell? Was he writing after Cromwell’s death? (Analysis)
D I E - Describe Interpret Evaluation An Example ‘Oliver Cromwell was a lovely man, everything he did was for his country and everything he did was for his God’ Written by Cromwell’s wife just after his death