Source Questions

Source Questions: Exam Guidance 

Unit group 1: British period study and enquiry 1 hour 30 minutes examination in two sections: For Section A, learners answer two compulsory source-based questions, worth a total of 30 marks, on three sources related to a key topic from the Enquiry element of their chosen unit.   (http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/170209-specification-accredited-as-level-gce-history-a-h105.pdf)

Assessment Objectives:

AO1: Demonstrate, organise and communicate knowledge and understanding to analyse and evaluate the key features related to the periods studied, making substantiated judgements and exploring concepts, as relevant, of cause, consequence, change, continuity, similarity, difference and significance.

AO2: Analyse and evaluate appropriate source materials, primary and/or contemporary to the period, within its historical context.

AO3: Analyse and evaluate, in relation to the historical context, different ways in which…

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Source Questions

Source Questions: Exam Guidance 

Unit group 1: British period study and enquiry 1 hour 30 minutes examination in two sections: For Section A, learners answer two compulsory source-based questions, worth a total of 30 marks, on three sources related to a key topic from the Enquiry element of their chosen unit.   (http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/170209-specification-accredited-as-level-gce-history-a-h105.pdf)

Assessment Objectives:

AO1: Demonstrate, organise and communicate knowledge and understanding to analyse and evaluate the key features related to the periods studied, making substantiated judgements and exploring concepts, as relevant, of cause, consequence, change, continuity, similarity, difference and significance.

AO2: Analyse and evaluate appropriate source materials, primary and/or contemporary to the period, within its historical context.

AO3: Analyse and evaluate, in relation to the historical context, different ways in which…

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