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Student Support Materials for History - Edexcel A2 Unit 4: Historical Enquiry

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Written by Rosemary Rees, Series edited by Angela Leonard
31/05/2012
A Level/Ages 16 and above
978-0-00-745745-8
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Enable students to succeed in their assessment with Historical Enquiry – the essential guide to Edexcel History A2 Unit 4.

Historical Enquiry supports and guides students step-by-step through their Unit 4 assessment with:

• full explanations supported by examples of the skills that they will need to succeed
• graded coursework essays with full comments from experienced assessors on how to secure a higher grade
• Moderators’ and Essential notes throughout.

In this book you will find:

• Chapter 1:INTRODUCTION
An overview of exactly what Unit 4 is all about

• Chapter 2: CONSTRUCTING PART A ENQUIRIES
A guide to choosing the best Part A enquiry focus, with examples and moderator commentary

• Chapter 3: CONSTRUCTING PART B ENQUIRIES
A guide to choosing the best Part B enquiry focus, with examples and moderator commentary

• Chapter 4: FINDING SOURCE MATERIALS: PART A AND PART B
A practical guide to researching your enquiries, note-taking and note-making

• Chapter 5: USING SOURCE MATERIAL: PART A ENQUIRIES
How to use secondary sources as a resource; finding and using relevant contemporary sources; weighing the evidence and reaching judgements; using secondary sources for cross-referencing, support and challenge

• Chapter 6: USING SOURCE MATERIAL: PART B ENQUIRIES
How to read secondary sources for information, opinion and argument; how to read to raise issues

• Chapter 7: USING A RESOURCE RECORD: PARTS A AND B
A practical guide to using the resource record

• Chapter 8: WRITING UP PARTS A AND B
Including tips on planning the write-up of your research; explanation of key essay writing skills, including writing effective introductions and conclusions, and creating a coherent and sustained argument; tips on writing to length and using footnotes, endnotes and appendices

• Chapter 9: ENQUIRIES AND ANSWERS

• Chapter 10: EXAMPLE COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT

• Chapter 11: MARK SCHEME

• Index
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