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Unit 3 ­ War and the Transformation of British Society c.1931-1951
· You do not need to have an overwhelming amount f own knowledge ­ you need to be aware of each
topic and have an understanding of what happened to include as your own knowledge but you need to
know more evidence for unit 1. Use your exercise book to revise ­ you need to be are of the following
points:
Key Topic 1 Key Topic 2 Key Topic 3 Key Topic 4
·Unemployment in ·The BEF and the ·Ministry of information, ·Why Labour won the
Britain in the 1930s German invasion Ministry of Labour and 1945 election
·What the government ·The importance of Ministry of supply ·The importance of the
did for unemployment Dunkirk ·The use of censorship Beveridge report
(means test etc) ·Churchill and propaganda ·The attack on the 5
·The Jarrow Crusade ­ ·The Battle of Britain ·Rationing giants ­ especially want
why and who went ·How the government ·Women in the war ·Planning the NHS and
against it? prepared for war ·D-Day and it's opposition from the
·The Marchers from ·Evacuation success Medical profession
Jarrow and public ·Why Germany was ·The impact of the
·The Blitz
opinion defeated NHS up to 1951
·New bombs from
·The effects of the
Germany (V1 and V2's)
Jarrow Crusade
Your source skills are being tested in this exam so you do not need to know all of the above
information in detail. However, you must be able to use the above information to interpret what is
written in the sources ­ are the sources useful or reliable once you have compared them with your own
knowledge?…read more

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What are the examiners looking for?
Read the information below ­ this will help you with your structure and make it clear what the
examiners will be expecting you to include
Questio What is the examiner looking Structure
n for?
1 Supported inferences ­ say 3x PE
What what you can see and provide P = One thing I can learn from the source is...
you can evidence E = Evidence to support this is...
learn (Repeat this 3 times)
from a
source
2 Explain the message of the 2x PEE
source and what the message
What should cause to happen. PEE about message: WHAT HAVE THEY SAID?
the P = Source _ is... (where it came from). The message of
source To get 8 marks you must the source is...
is trying analyse the purpose ­ why has E = Evidence to support this is...
to tell it been created? By who? What
E = This shows the message is...
you do they want you to do now that
you have seen it?
PEE about Purpose: WHY HAVE THEY SAID IT?
P = The purpose of the source is...
E = Evidence to support this is...
E = This shows the purpose of the source is... (include
in your explanation about who produced it and if it is
biased)…read more

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Question What is the examiner looking for? Structure
3 You need to provide YES and NO 2x PEE
answers to the question and use
Analysin evidence to support your answer Yes PEE paragraph ­ YES the sources do
g support the question
sources P = The sources do agree because...
and E = Evidence to support this is... (at least
seeing one piece of evidence from the source)
how
E = This shows the sources agree because
similar
(include about the reliability of the sources here
and
­ can you trust them? Do they agree because
different
they are biased?)
they are
No PEE paragraph ­ NO the sources do not
support the question
P = The sources do not agree because...
E = Evidence to support this is... (at least
one piece of evidence from the source)
E = This shows the sources do agree
because (include about the reliability of the
sources here ­ can you trust them? Do they
not agree because they are biased?)…read more

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Question What is the examiner Structure
looking for?
4 To look at both sources 2 x PEE (repeat this for both sources)
and explain if they are
Analysing a reliable and useful. P = Source __ is reliable/ not reliable because...
source and Compare the sources ­
E = Evidence to support this is...
seeing how which is most useful or
reliable and include your E = This shows why source __ is / is not reliable
much you because... (include who produced it and why and your
can trust it own knowledge to explain
why the source is or is not own knowledge to support your explanation)
and if you
can use it reliable
fully Judgement:
In my opinion, source __ is more reliable than __
because...…read more

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Question What is the Structure
examiner looking
for?
5 A balanced answer ·1 Long PEE paragraph agreeing with the statement
with arguments ·1 Long PEE paragraph disagreeing with the statement
Analysing sources agreeing and ·Judgement
­ looking at both disagreeing with the
sides of an statement
PEE Agreeing:
argument and
P = Sources _,_,_ agree with the statement because...
coming to a Clear structure, near
judgement about perfect spelling and E = Evidence to support this is... (USE EVIDENCE FROM
how much you correct grammar EACH SOURCE THAT YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR POINT)
agree with the and punctuation E = This shows why sources _,_,_ agree with the
statement. The statement because (ENSURE YOU ARE AWARE OF
sources are your RELIABILITY OF THE SOURCES HERE ­ CAN YOU
pieces of evidence TRUST THEM?
PEE Disagreeing:
P = Sources _,_,_ disagree with the statement because...
E = Evidence to support this is... (USE EVIDENCE FROM
EACH SOURCE THAT YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR POINT)
E = This shows why sources _,_,_ disagree with the
statement because (ENSURE YOU ARE AWARE OF
RELIABILITY OF THE SOURCES HERE ­ CAN YOU
TRUST THEM?
Judgement:
In my opinion the sources agree / disagree with the
statement because...…read more

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