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Q1) Source Inference (6marks) Zenab Saeed
- Give 2 inferences and make sure they are developed and Model Structures
supported with quotation to reach 6marks, if you develop 1
inference and support it you will only reach 4-5marks Q4) Utility/Reliability (10Marks)
maximum. - Source A is useful (Content) it suggests...
- Moreover, Source is more useful (N.O.P)...
Q2) Analysis Of Purpose (8Marks) - Source B is useful (Content) it suggests...
- Make 2 supported inferences with - Moreover, Source is also useful (N.O.P)...
quotations. Nature (What kind of source is it?)
- What is the message of the source (How Origin (What time the source was created?)
you know this) Purpose (What is it Showing?)
- Purpose Of the source (How you know this)
- Your own contextual Knowledge.
By the way make a clear distinction between Q5) Hypothesis (16Marks)
message and purpose to reach the higher - Introduction -> what the hypothesis suggests...
marks. - Sources agreeing with the view -> which source agrees with
the view and use evidence from the source to support this.
- Reliability & Utility -> how reliable are these sources in
agreeing with the view and evaluate the reliability of at least one
Q3) Cross Referencing (10Marks) of these sources.
How far does Source A & B agree in what - Sources disagreeing with the view -> which sources disagree
they suggest or with the view and use evidence from the source to support this.
How far Does Source A & B Differ From - Reliability & Utility -> How reliable are these sources in
Source C in what they Suggest ? disagreeing with the view and evaluate the reliability of at least
one of these sources.
Conclusion
Source A + C (Agree or Disagree)
Overall, the evidence from Source A,B,C agree on the
Source B + C (Agree or Disagree) hypothesis and thus overweigh the disagreement in source D,E,
Conclusion F as the "Contextual Knowledge".
- After adding the contextual knowledge try to link to a ending
Question 3 is all about how the sources point an evaluation of the hypothesis.
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Q1) Source Inference (6marks) Zenab Saeed
- Give 2 inferences and make sure they are developed and Model Structures
supported with quotation to reach 6marks, if you develop 1
inference and support it you will only reach 4-5marks Q4) Utility/Reliability (10Marks)
maximum. - Source A is useful (Content) it suggests...
- Moreover, Source is more useful (N.O.P)...
Q2) Analysis Of Purpose (8Marks) - Source B is useful (Content) it suggests...
- Make 2 supported inferences with - Moreover, Source is also useful (N.O.P)...
quotations. Nature (What kind of source is it?)
- What is the message of the source (How Origin (What time the source was created?)
you know this) Purpose (What is it Showing?)
- Purpose Of the source (How you know this)
- Your own contextual Knowledge.
By the way make a clear distinction between Q5) Hypothesis (16Marks)
message and purpose to reach the higher - Introduction -> what the hypothesis suggests...
marks. - Sources agreeing with the view -> which source agrees with
the view and use evidence from the source to support this.
- Reliability & Utility -> how reliable are these sources in
agreeing with the view and evaluate the reliability of at least one
Q3) Cross Referencing (10Marks) of these sources.
How far does Source A & B agree in what - Sources disagreeing with the view -> which sources disagree
they suggest or with the view and use evidence from the source to support this.
How far Does Source A & B Differ From - Reliability & Utility -> How reliable are these sources in
Source C in what they Suggest ? disagreeing with the view and evaluate the reliability of at least
one of these sources.
Conclusion
Source A + C (Agree or Disagree)
Overall, the evidence from Source A,B,C agree on the
Source B + C (Agree or Disagree) hypothesis and thus overweigh the disagreement in source D,E,
Conclusion F as the "Contextual Knowledge".
- After adding the contextual knowledge try to link to a ending
Question 3 is all about how the sources point an evaluation of the hypothesis.
agree and disagree?…read more

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