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Is anyone else taking the History source paper on 13th May? (England and a New Century 1900-24)
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Is anyone else taking the History source paper on 13th May? (England and a New Century 1900-24)
I'm doing the Tudors section of the source paper. (British history enquiries early modern)
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I'm doing the Tudors section of the source paper. (British history enquiries early modern)
Oh ok. Are you familiar with the 'compare the two sources' question?
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Oh ok. Are you familiar with the 'compare the two sources' question?
The 30 marker? Yes, what's up?


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I am, but I'll be doing the Gladstone and Disraeli.
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The 30 marker? Yes, what's up?


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yes, i'm kind of struggling with the 30 marker. Do you just talk about the information in the source or do you talk about the source and add in your own detail?
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This paper is source driven. In this question we were taught to do a structure of :

Similarities
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Provenance

We were told to only add historical context when relevant and not to mention it for the sake of it. For example, perhaps using it to evaluate the provenance. More knowledge must be used in Question B, but again, it's source driven!


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This paper is source driven. In this question we were taught to do a structure of :

Similarities
Differences
Provenance

We were told to only add historical context when relevant and not to mention it for the sake of it. For example, perhaps using it to evaluate the provenance. More knowledge must be used in Question B, but again, it's source driven!


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