History : edexcel the changing role of women in Britain 1860-1930

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Hey, I'm not very confident on sources paper and my exam is on Thursday. Could somebody help me on how to structure both part a and part b questions. Thanks
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(Original post by Melody25)
Hey, I'm not very confident on sources paper and my exam is on Thursday. Could somebody help me on how to structure both part a and part b questions. Thanks
For part A) question, structuring is fairly simple. First make a plan, list all the points the soucres mention, then see if they agree or contradict each other. And it is also crucial to talk about wether the sources are reliable, so you will need a little of your own knowledge.

As for part B), this get a little trickier but dont get scared, at first you tackle the sources similarly to part A) except, for whatever point you highlight, you must support or disagree with using a lot of your knowledge.

My personal advice for revesion is making a list of all the acts that were introduced in the period 1860-1930, and also write down a little about all the significant people mentioned throughout the book (Emmeline Pankhurst, Millicent Fawcett, Josephine Butler, Asquitg, Lloyed George, Buss&Beale, etc.)

Hope this helps haha, Im taking the same exam so good luck
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My Teacher thinks that the Contagious Diseases Acts may come up because they haven't for quite a while.
I'm quite nervous too, I don't know how to get enough own knowledge detail into the 40 Mark questions :/
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For part A) question, structuring is fairly simple. First make a plan, list all the points the soucres mention, then see if they agree or contradict each other. And it is also crucial to talk about wether the sources are reliable, so you will need a little of your own knowledge.

As for part B), this get a little trickier but dont get scared, at first you tackle the sources similarly to part A) except, for whatever point you highlight, you must support or disagree with using a lot of your knowledge.

My personal advice for revesion is making a list of all the acts that were introduced in the period 1860-1930, and also write down a little about all the significant people mentioned throughout the book (Emmeline Pankhurst, Millicent Fawcett, Josephine Butler, Asquitg, Lloyed George, Buss&Beale, etc.)

Hope this helps haha, Im taking the same exam so good luck
My teacher told our class to "NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES" mention reliability of the source, she says it makes you loose marks but instead to mention how much weight you'd put on the source :/
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For part A) question, structuring is fairly simple. First make a plan, list all the points the soucres mention, then see if they agree or contradict each other. And it is also crucial to talk about wether the sources are reliable, so you will need a little of your own knowledge.

As for part B), this get a little trickier but dont get scared, at first you tackle the sources similarly to part A) except, for whatever point you highlight, you must support or disagree with using a lot of your knowledge.

My personal advice for revesion is making a list of all the acts that were introduced in the period 1860-1930, and also write down a little about all the significant people mentioned throughout the book (Emmeline Pankhurst, Millicent Fawcett, Josephine Butler, Asquitg, Lloyed George, Buss&Beale, etc.)

Hope this helps haha, Im taking the same exam so good luck
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