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starter activity Last lesson we looked at chronology. Test your knowledge with the Studyhistory quiz. Which periods saw greatest change and why?
What skills will I need to succeed? TBAT take notes more effectively & know how to complete a ‘reading log’ Learning objectives Key words: xxx
Your task Rule 1: 20 words per slide You will each be given a period of time to research. Roman law Anglo-Saxon Middle Ages Tudor Stuarts Georgian Industrial Age Modern era Rule 2: 1, A4 handout for each class member Give a 5 minute presentation on your period. Include : Types of crime Trials / justice systems Policing Punishments Ext – were men, women & children treated differently or were there class differences?
Assessment criteria Level marks Directly explores change over the period Explicit understanding of the key issues Evaluating arguments and interpretations Accurate, well-selected factual sources Cogent and lucid in explanation Level Clear understanding of change over time Understand key issues & sustained focus Some evaluation of arguments Accurate factual material, but selection may lack balance in places Controlled and logical structure Level Broadly analytical Some understanding of the process of change over time May stray from the focus or include some descriptive material Evidence and analysis may not range across the period Show some degree of control and direction, but may not be sustained
Assess the significance of individual cases in changing attitudes towards crime and punishment in the years c How are you going to prepare for writing your Part B essay? What are the pitfalls to avoid?
Collecting resources Record author, title, publisher & date in a reading log, e.g. Higgins, C, ‘How to boil an egg’, Penguin (2012) Record author, title, publisher & date in a reading log, e.g. Higgins, C, ‘How to boil an egg’, Penguin (2012) Use bibliographies & footnotes in books Use bibliographies & footnotes in books Bookmark useful websites Bookmark useful websites Keep a folder of useful cuttings, but record author, title, publisher, date Keep a folder of useful cuttings, but record author, title, publisher, date Visit key museums Visit key museums University & public libraries University & public libraries Online libraries, e.g. Internet Archive Online libraries, e.g. Internet ArchiveInternet ArchiveInternet Archive Internet searches – be selective Internet searches – be selective
Field mouse habitat UK Field mouse habitat UK 9,180
Field mouse hedgerow UK Field mouse hedgerow UK 640
Search engines - Boolean AND (or +) AND (or +) NOT (or -) NOT (or -) OR OR Use 6 key words max Use 6 key words max Use nouns Use nouns Prioritise words Prioritise words Use “speech marks” to join words Use “speech marks” to join words Use accurate punctuation Use accurate punctuation Use accurate spelling Use accurate spelling Truncation symbol* Truncation symbol* Wild cards, e.g. car? Wild cards, e.g. car? George Boole, Try exploring Google using some the techniques opposite and see what different results you find.
Harvard University – what has this august academic body got to do with your coursework?
Your task Study the handout your teacher provides on the Harvard referencing system. Study the handout your teacher provides on the Harvard referencing system. Identify the mistakes in the sample you are given Identify the mistakes in the sample you are given Have a go at making your own deliberate mistakes for your partner to spot! Have a go at making your own deliberate mistakes for your partner to spot!
What is the secret of successful note- taking?
What are your notes like? Easy to read ……………….…………Hard to read Brief to the point …….….……………Too detailed Easy to understand … …Hard to understand Well organised ……………………Poorly organised Pages numbered/labelled ………………No system Easy to learn from …….……Difficult to learn from Well abbreviated …………..…….No abbreviations Important ideas stand out Not easy to see ideas In my own words ………...……..Chunks copied out
Key pointers Read through the text quickly for gist Read through the text quickly for gist Jot down key dates, names, events & statistics etc Jot down key dates, names, events & statistics etc Quotes – but keep them short Quotes – but keep them short Use short hand – devise your own Use short hand – devise your own Make a note of author, title, date & publisher Make a note of author, title, date & publisher Leave space to add details later Leave space to add details later Choose right format – linear, table, diagram etc Choose right format – linear, table, diagram etc
Your teacher will give you an extract from this book. Have a go at reducing the extract to note form. Compare your answer with the examiner’s version. Have a go with an extract from your Crime and Punishment text book Alastair Armstrong, France
What should go in a reading log? Have a look at some students’ examples
CW20: Crime & Punishment in Britain, c Book Log
Assess the significance of individual cases in changing attitudes towards crime and punishment in the years Book Log E.g. Policing; Punishments; attitudes; ideology; crimes; media; etc Harvard Reference, include chapters & page Nos if appropriate Give your thoughts on the book, article, video, web site, podcast, museum even! etc., in how it links to the Issue you were concerned with, E.g. …. This was a very useful book. There was plenty of information about…The book contained useful primary sources as well as a very clear text. I have been able to make good notes on how … changed over time. However, it contradicted XXXX and this has led me to…….. OR.. It considers the views of other historians and presents a fresh approach to Other examples available!!! Teacher will assess your Book Logs throughout the course and both are submitted to the Exam Board with your essays
Homework Read Ward, S - ‘The Birth of Policing’ in ‘Who do you think you are?’ (Issue 60, May 2012), pp and take notes – max ½ side A4 Read Ward, S - ‘The Birth of Policing’ in ‘Who do you think you are?’ (Issue 60, May 2012), pp and take notes – max ½ side A4 Answer the guided questions on the previous slide. Answer the guided questions on the previous slide. Write a brief review of your reading in your new reading log Write a brief review of your reading in your new reading log Have a go at producing reviews for the websites used in the webquest Have a go at producing reviews for the websites used in the webquest
Guided Questions for NOTE TAKING at A2 1.Who kept the law before the ‘modern policemen began to appear on our streets’? 2.Why are the following dates important in the history of policing: a)1285 b)1663 c)1748 d) What is the ‘debate’ over the first police force in the UK? 4.Why did Mr Ward’s ancestor, Edward Smart, become a policeman? 5.What does ‘his/story’ tell us about a) the nature and conditions of his job in Gloucestershire b)the ‘qualifications’ required, in the late 1830’’s c)equipment and pay? 6.What evidence is there that the standards required of policemen at this time was too high for many? 7.Where would you research to investigate specific examples of the lives of constables at this time? Include some examples of the rich insights of this period 8.Make a list of the TYPES of records available 9.What was so special about Edward Smart’s record in 1847? 10.How effective do you think the police force were in the 19thC? 11.What 5 artefacts would you select of policing today to tell and evidence the story of policing to your great grandchildren? 12.Now compose your Book Log entry for this article
Plenary Plenary Where can you find resources for your coursework? Where can you find resources for your coursework? Top tips on online research Top tips on online research Guidance on note-taking Guidance on note-taking What makes a successful reading log? What makes a successful reading log? What have you got to do to be a better student? What have you got to do to be a better student?