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1. What percentage of houses had no running water in St. Petersburg in 1900? a) 10% b) 25% c) 40% 6. Whose nickname was ‘Koba’? 3. Which one of the following.

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1 1. What percentage of houses had no running water in St. Petersburg in 1900? a) 10% b) 25% c) 40% 6. Whose nickname was ‘Koba’? 3. Which one of the following jobs would you associate with Stalin? a) Priest b) Bank Robber c) book editor 2. Who said ‘I am here to remind the white man of the alternative to Dr King?’ 5. ‘Teddy Boys’ were the fashionable teenagers of the 1950s. But why were they called ‘Teddy Boys’? 8. What did Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and King George V of Britain have in common? 4. Who referred to Tsar Nicholas II as a ‘dunce’, a ‘weakling’ and a ‘girlie’? a) His wife, Alexandria b) Rasputin c) His father, Alexander III Your Starter for What was the ‘Second Battle of Hastings’ of 1964? 9. After which war of did Germany unify? 10. Who was ‘the king in the car park’?

2 1. What percentage of houses had no running water in St. Petersburg in 1900? a) 10% b) 25% c) 40% 6. Whose nickname was ‘Koba’? Stalin 3. Which one of the following jobs would you associate with Stalin? a) Priest b) Bank Robber c) book editor 2. Who said ‘I am here to remind the white man of the alternative to Dr King?’ Malcolm X 5. ‘Teddy Boys’ were the fashionable teenagers of the 1950s. But why were they called ‘Teddy Boys’? Edwardian style dress 8. What did Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and King George V of Britain have in common? Queen Victoria 4. Who referred to Tsar Nicholas II as a ‘dunce’, a ‘weakling’ and a ‘girlie’? a) His wife, Alexandria b) Rasputin c) His father, Alexander III Your Starter for What was the ‘Second Battle of Hastings’ of 1964? Mods v Rockers 9. After which war of did Germany unify? Franco- Prussian War 10. Who was ‘the king in the carpark’? Richard III

3 A Level History at High Storrs Objectives: 1.To give you a taste of the topics you would study in A Level Modern or Early Modern History 1.To show you the structure of the course and how it is assessed 2.To answer any questions you might have

4 Modern History A Level Breadth Study 1H Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964 Depth Study 2S The Making of Modern Britain, 1951–2007 Coursework Slavery in America c c.1865

5 Early Modern A Level Breadth Study 1B Spain in the Age of Discovery, 1469–1598 Depth Study 2B The Wars of the Roses, 1450–1499 Coursework Tudors and Stuarts c c.1649

6 How will I be assessed? A Level is a two-year linear course. Students will be assessed at the end of Y13. Breadth Study - 40% of overall mark (2 hour 30 minute exam) Depth Study - 40% of overall mark (2 hour 30 minute exam) Coursework – 20% of overall mark (3000 word essay)

7 What about AS Level? It will be possible to take a standalone AS module at the end of Y12 if a student is not going to take History into Y13. The exam at AS will test the first half of both breadth study and depth study course. There will not be a coursework requirement. The skills required for AS are linked to full A level skills. These courses are therefore co-teachable.

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