Key Theme One- Russian Ruler's main domestic policies-Structure

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What are the 10 possible topics you could use in a KT1 essay?
-Industry, -Nationalities, -Religion, -Education, -Repression, -Political Rights, -Personal Rights, -Censorship, -Agriculture, -Local Government,
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What theme must always be compared in KT1 essays?
Change and continuity,
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Give the first sentence for the introduction?
In 1855, the autocratic Tsar Alexander II was about to introduce significant changes to domestic policies, for example
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Give the 2 possibilities the next word could be based on your overall judgement?
-Similarly, -However,
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Give the next line of the introduction?
By 1964, the Communist dictator Khrushchev was/wasn't responsible for considerable changes in domestic policies, for example,
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If the question gives a named ruler, what is the next part of the introduction?
______ was the autocratic Tsar/ Communist leader between _____ and _____ who did/ didn't introduce the most change to domestic policies.
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What do you start your first paragraph with?
The most convincing evidence...
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What do you start your fourth paragraph with?
The least significant argument to show that.... the least/most like (most convincing topic), (second convincing topic) and (third paragraph topic)
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Give an example of generic synthesis for the fourth paragraph?
Therefore, ____ provides some evidence to show continuity/ change in domestic policies, supporting the most convincing evidence in _____, corroborates evidence in _____ and affirming evidence in _____.
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What theme must always be compared in KT1 essays?

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Change and continuity,

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