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WRITING ESSAYS IN HISTORY…. TO TEST ALL SKILLS NECESSARY
Recall, selection and communication of knowledge of history. How much can I remember about the topic in question? Which material am I going to select to support my argument? Have I consistently explained my thoughts? Has this communication been organised in a fluid manner? : Introduction, Body, and Conclusion.
Explanation and Analysis of causation. Have I explained myself in a way to demonstrate an excellent understanding of the question? Have I examined the question in all its different parts? Does my concluding paragraph support, affirm, or contradict my introduction?
Comprehension and evaluation of source. Have I really understood what the question is asking? Have I judge the value of whatever the question is asking? (usefulness, importance, trustworthy/ reliable of the material available).
Essay Layout Introduction: A simple answer to the set question briefly outlining your argument to follow Body: Your argument supported with factual details: dates, names, events, outcome… Conclusion: Closing sentences tying and bringing all your arguments together and even reaffirming your introductory remarks.
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