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Hi can anyone give an example of an NEA Interpretation and primary source and how to structure it etc thanks
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Is this for history a level?
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What was your topic/question for the NEA? I am currently doing the changes in women question.
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Oh cool and presidents
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Hi can anyone give an example of an NEA Interpretation and primary source and how to structure it etc thanks
Pretend its a normal source question and structure it the same way, except this time you need to add interpretation to it. I also comment on why the author or the artist of the source would have written or drew the source in the way he/she did. Then in between the points you make, just slot in a few facts on the research you done within your topic.
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