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1 Paper 1 Source Questions What is the message? What is the purpose? Why was it produced in …? Are you surprised by the source? How far does this source explain…?

2 4 marks = simply giving the main message of the source 5 marks = message supported by detail from the cartoon OR contextual knowledge 6 marks = message supported by detail from the cartoon and contextual knowledge The message of the source is … A source detail to support this is … Another is … My own knowledge supports this because … And …

3 4 marks = simply giving the main purpose of the source 5 marks = purpose supported by detail from the cartoon OR contextual knowledge 6 marks = purpose supported by detail from the cartoon and contextual knowledge The purpose of the source is … A source detail to support this is … Another is … My own knowledge supports this because … And …

4 Consider the year and the context Consider what the source is Consider why it was produced at this time 4 marks = identifies a valid purpose of producing the source 5 marks = explains why it might be produced without the purpose 6 or 7 marks = explains why it was produced and then uses contextual knowledge to explain the purpose The source was published in … because … I know this because it says … It also says … My own knowledge supports this because … And …

5 You need to consider the context of the source Why would it surprise you? Why wouldn’t it? 3 or 4 marks = not surprised and gives one reason supported by some knowledge from the source 5 or 6 marks = surprised OR not surprised supported by contextual knowledge + source 7 marks = both surprised and not surprised supported by contextual knowledge + source The I am/am not surprised because … I know this because it says … It also says … My own knowledge supports this because … And … The origin makes it less/more surprising because

6 You need to consider the context of the source Why would it surprise you? Why wouldn’t it? 3 or 4 marks = gives one reason supported by 2 knowledge details from the source 5 or 6 marks = gives reasons supported by contextual knowledge + source 7 marks = both explains and does not explain supported by contextual knowledge + source The source does explain … I know this because it says … It also says … My own knowledge supports this because … And … However it does not explain.... Because …

7 Paper 1 Question 5 or 6 What is …? (4 marks) Explain … ? (6 marks) How far …? (10 marks)

8 Paper 1 Question 5 or 6 What is …? (4 marks) 3 simple sentences and 2 explained Explain … ? (6 marks) One reason is … because … Another reason is … because … A final reason is … because … How far …? (10 marks) Introduction – My first reason I agree is … because … Another reason I agree is … because … (possibly a 3 rd ) My first reason I disagree is … because … Another reason I disagree is … because … Conclusion/judgement …

9 Paper 2 – Source Questions What is the message? Which source gives a more accurate view? Are you surprised this was issued in…? Does Source … prove source … wrong? How useful is this source? How far do the sources support this statement?

10 4 marks = simply giving the main message of the source 5 marks = message supported by detail from the cartoon OR contextual knowledge 6 marks = message supported by detail from the cartoon and contextual knowledge The message of the source is … A source detail to support this is … Another is … My own knowledge supports this because … And … What is the message?

11 The source which gives the most accurate view of life is … Source … gives the following view of life… Source details to prove this are … This is/ is not accurate because … My own knowledge supports this because … The nature/origin makes it more/less accurate because … Source … gives the following view of life… Source details to prove this are … This is/ is not accurate because … My own knowledge supports this because … The nature/origin makes it more/less accurate because … The most accurate source is … because … Which source gives a more accurate view?

12 You need to consider the context of the source Why would it surprise you? Why wouldn’t it? 3 or 4 marks = not surprised and gives one reason supported by some knowledge from the source 5 or 6 marks = surprised OR not surprised supported by contextual knowledge + source 7 marks = both surprised and not surprised supported by contextual knowledge + source The I am/am not surprised because … I know this because it says … It also says … My own knowledge supports this because … And … The origin makes it less/more surprising because Are you surprised this was issued in…?

13 Source … says There source supports this because … My own knowledge supports this because… However source … says There source supports this because … My own knowledge supports this because… This is different to source..(first source) because … The nature and origin support this difference because … In conclusion source … does/does not prove source … wrong because … Does Source … prove source … wrong?

14 Source … is useful because … There is evidence in the source to support this … It’s nature and origin support this because … My knowledge supports this because … This is less useful because … How useful is this source?

15 Introduction …. The sources which support this are … They support it because … My own knowledge supports this because … However, there are sources which do not support this, such as … They do not support it because … My own knowledge supports this because … In conclusion the sources do/do not support the statement because …. How far do the sources support this statement?


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