Presentation on theme: "A final few points on Q1. A structure for you to consider using 7 paragraphs in total Paragraphs short, the language elegant and sophisticated, and the."— Presentation transcript:
A structure for you to consider using 7 paragraphs in total Paragraphs short, the language elegant and sophisticated, and the information accurate Refer specifically the the Sources, quoting when you can.
Paragraph 1 Introduction to the Suffragette Movement Its origins Its objectives Its evolution NO MORE THAN 6 SENTENCES LONG
Paragraphs 2 - 6 A paragraph for each of the Sources Each paragraph should follow this pattern: Characteristics of the source Reliability of the source Useful of the source Comparison with other sources
Paragraph 7 Comment on how useful the sources have been as a group to your understanding of the Suffragette movement AND WHY THEY HAVE BEEN USEFUL Comment on which source was the least useful AND WHY THIS IS THE CASE Comment on which source was the most useful AND WHY THIS IS THE CASE
Characteristics of the Source Primary or Secondary? Nature of the source? (newspaper, etc) Location of production (London, Manchester etc)
Reliability (or trustworthiness) Who produced it? For whom? Why? Is there any evidence of bias? (how do you know?) REMEMBER A SOURCE DOES NOT NEED TO BE RELIABLE TO BE USEFUL - unreliable sources tell us about the attitudes of the people who produced them and consumed them.
Usefulness What does the source add to our knowledge of the movement? New information? Corroborating existing knowledge? GIVE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES FROM THE SOURCES What does the source contradict within our existing information? How do we explain this? RELATE IT DIRECTLY TO THE TEXT
Compare with the other sources What similarities can you find with the other sources?GIVE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES. EXPLAIN WHY THIS SIMILARITY CAME ABOUT What differences can you find in relation to the other sources? GIVE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES. EXPLAIN HOW THIS CAME ABOUT.