Ccea Gcse History Past Papers

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The key here really is to have a tood bank of knowledge and facts (i tjink 20 marks for ot) but ALSO using all the sources and linking back to the question throughout (15 marks).So basically you need to write about the youth or army or whatever, integrate the source where you can and then a few timea on each paragraph, link back and say "due to the fact 700 priests were imprisoned, including Pastor Niemoller, then this shows that clearly the Nazis feared the impact the church could have on them, thus showing they were a successful form of opposition." But in another question, say the elites who tried to kill Hitler like 6 times, e.g.

The key here really is to have a tood bank of knowledge and facts (i tjink 20 marks for ot) but ALSO using all the sources and linking back to the question throughout (15 marks).So basically you need to write about the youth or army or whatever, integrate the source where you can and then a few timea on each paragraph, link back and say "due to the fact 700 priests were imprisoned, including Pastor Niemoller, then this shows that clearly the Nazis feared the impact the church could have on them, thus showing they were a successful form of opposition." But in another question, say the elites who tried to kill Hitler like 6 times, e.g.Although one thing thats different about the paper that we are sitting is the essay questions are going to be more broad than that of previous Cold War papers which is helpful! The factor in the question (which was 'Christian churches mounted the most effective opposition to Nazism') is the tip of the iceberg really.

Indeed, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge each had their own exam board and a joint board they ran together.

The qualifications offered were generally of the boards' own creation.

Broadly speaking, the UK has always had two separate school systems: one for England, Wales and Northern Ireland; and one for Scotland.

As a result, two separate sets of exam boards have been developed.

Exam boards have been around as long as there have been qualifications offered by schools.

As universities had experience of offering qualifications, such as degrees, it was natural that they created the first exam boards.Intermediate schools in Wales had to use the Board, though other schools and colleges were free to choose.The existing exam boards started offering the new qualifications, normally in place of their own qualifications.On the other hand, it can be used to introdixe knowledge.So take a new paragraph and then, for example, say "John says in source Z that youth groups .." And then say "this was evident when some members of the Hitler Jügend formed rival groups such as the Edelweiss Pirates in thos year." Then when you've a good paragraph on young people, move onto the army elites or whatever.Most schools use a mixture of boards for their GCSE qualifications, with a similar mixture existing at A Level.In addition, a school using one board for a particular GCSE subject is free to use a different board for the equivalent subject at A Level.Schools and colleges (with some exceptions, detailed below) were free to pick which board they wanted to use, though most went for a local board.The early boards established included: The Central Welsh Board differed from most exam boards, as it was not controlled by a university and only offered examinations to schools and colleges in Wales.CCEA provides a range of GCE AS/A2 level qualifications.Online resources are available to support teachers in delivering these qualifications.

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