How to cross reference sources?

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this is for history 

Posted Thu 27th September, 2012 @ 19:01 by Pixie~Flirt (:

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Cross referencing for GCSE :

-Know what you are cross referencing using the  5W`S (who/what/when/where/why/how) 

-Look at the two sources you have examined and List the simmilarities/differences briefly

- When explaining about a source in a paragraph it should NOT be like this (e.g.1) :

e.g1 . Two large chunks of paragraph and a bit of cross refereeing 

i.e. Source A shows......

Source B.......

Both souce A and B show that....blah blah blah

It should follow a structure like this in One paragraph (you need to be coherent/concise/to the point...no point waffling on because you are wasting valueable time!) 

Source A shows that...... Simmilarly source B also gives a similar idea that...... Both sources exemplify/shows us/point out  that ..... 

This is the structure i followed for GCSE and got an A* 

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 18:24 by ELectrica!
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see where they agree and disagree

look at the time they were written - this may influence their opinions

see who wrote them - their background might influence this

what history are you doing?

Answered Thu 27th September, 2012 @ 19:36 by Alex
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Im doing GCSE History B 

and thank you for the replies :)

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 18:32 by Pixie~Flirt (:
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http://ebookbrowse.com/gcse-history-shp-unit-3-woth-source-guidance-document-feb-2011-pdf-d159766618 

I was given this by my teacher when I was taking Edexcel GCSE History, it may come into use :-)

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 19:38 by Pond
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(: ohh thanks Pond  and everyone else who has helped me 

Answered Sun 30th September, 2012 @ 16:58 by Pixie~Flirt (:
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Are you doing GCSE? Which exam board?

Answered Fri 28th September, 2012 @ 17:27 by Pond