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    Hello (:

    I'm really struggling on how to structure the questions for the sources. So for question 1, the one without the own knowledge, how do I start it off? And what other advice do you have to help cross reference?

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    Make a point first, and then use evidence from the source to back it up. Explain. And examine the reliability of the source, whether it's useful or not.

    For cross referencing - find points in each source, and see whether they agree or disagree with statements in other sources. e.g. 'The evidence in source 1 suggests that the conquest of Granada was responsible for the expulsion of the Moorish population, and this is also supported by the evidence in source 2.' Though try not to say sources so often, if it's a letter, say it's a letter, etc. Hope that helps
 
 
 
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