Hi Year 12!
I hope you are having a productive weekend and that you are managing to get some Stuarts revision done!
I have written a short document to remind you of my essay writing advice for the 02/03 style questions on the Stuarts exam. You can find it here:Advice for answering AS Stuarts 02. Please have a look through it before Wednesday.
If you need anything in preparation for the exam you can contact me by email or come and see me in school on Monday-Wednesday next week.
Keep working hard, we’re almost there!
Hi Year 12
Have a look at the powerpoint from this week’s Stuarts lessons. It contains advice on exam technique for 01 questions and the worked example form the question you did over Easter.
01 exam technique regicides q
Hi Year 12
Here is a link to a helpful website ‘The BCW Project’ that provides a detailed overview of events and key people in the time period 1638-1660, so it is good for revising the causes and events of the Civil War, search for settlement and Regicide. It has timelines of events, biographies of key people from the time period and some useful articles (some of which have links at the bottom to transcripts of original documents from the time!). Have a look!
Hi Year 13!
Here is a link to the revision timetables for your remaining history lessons:
2016 revision for 13D
2016 revision for 13A
Also here is a link to the list of past questions for this course. If you fancy having a go at any of these as part of your revision, you can give them to me or Ms Lomas in person or email them to either of us and we will mark them to provide feedback.
Cold War exam questions
Mrs Simpson and Ms Lomas
Hi Year 12
I’ve attached links to the revision timetable for your Stuarts lessons here:
12B Stuarts Revision Plan 2016
12C Stuarts Revision Plan 2016
Below is a document about how to revise for the Stuarts course. It contains some example questions that you could have a go at. If you tackle any of these please feel free to email them to me or give them to me in person and I will mark them to help you revise.
History Year 12 Stuart Britain Revision
This is a ‘kinematograph’ footage of Lenin’s funeral. Look out for Stalin – barely a shot goes by without the dark figure of Stalin appearing.
In your spare time listen to this podcast from the National Archives. It provides some interesting and current historiographical debate around the trial of Charles I. As you listen you should make some notes on the arguments for the regicides (killers of the king) being ‘reluctant’ and the arguments against.