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Edexcel Politics A Level - 70+ Example Essay Questions (Papers 1 and 2)
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Edexcel Politics A Level - 70+ Example Essay Questions (Papers 1 and 2)

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A collection of essay questions for Paper 1 and Paper 2, written in the format of the Edexcel exam for the new, 2017 specification. Topics covered: Democracy and Participation Political Parties Electoral systems Voting behaviour and the Media Socialism Liberalism Conservatism The constitution Parliament The PM and the executive Relationships between the branches Anarchism
Edexcel Politics A Level: Model Essay on Participation Crisis
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Edexcel Politics A Level: Model Essay on Participation Crisis

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You can now find this free here: https://ahistoryteachershares.wordpress.com/edexcel-a-level-politics/ A model answer on the following question: Evaluate the extent to which the UK can be said so suffer from a participation crisis. You must consider this view and the alternative to this view in a balanced way. [30]
Politics A Level Edexcel Source Top Level Answer - Specimen Paper
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Politics A Level Edexcel Source Top Level Answer - Specimen Paper

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You can now find this resource free here: https://ahistoryteachershares.wordpress.com/edexcel-a-level-politics/ This contains both the source and a 750 word model answer. The question is: **Using the source, evaluate the view that referendums create more problems than solutions. In your response you must: compare and contrast the different opinions in the source examine and debate these views in a balanced way analyse and evaluate only the information presented in the source**
PDF (Nearly) All CIE History IGCSE Past Paper Questions for Intl Rel, Cold War, Gulf, Germany
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PDF (Nearly) All CIE History IGCSE Past Paper Questions for Intl Rel, Cold War, Gulf, Germany

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This pdf includes nearly all the past paper questions for CIE IGCSE History. (‘Nearly’ because inevitably I will have missed one or two.) I use these extensively to prepare my pupils for their Paper 1. (This year’s cohort achieved 68% A*-A/9-7.) There are 13 pages of questions covering: Were the peace treaties of 1919-23 fair? To what extent was the League of Nations a success? Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? Who was to blame for the Cold War? How effectively did the USA contain the spread of Communism? How secure was the USSR’s control over Eastern Europe, 1948-1989? Why did events in the Gulf matter c. 1970-2000? Was the Weimar Republic doomed from the start? Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934? How effectively did the Nazis control Germany, 1933-45? What was it like to live in Nazi Germany?
Editable CIE IGCSE History (nearly all) Past Papers Qs (for: Intl Rel., Cold War, Gulf, Germany)
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Editable CIE IGCSE History (nearly all) Past Papers Qs (for: Intl Rel., Cold War, Gulf, Germany)

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This editable word document includes nearly all the past paper questions for the most popular topics studied by CIE IGCSE History pupils. (‘Nearly’ because inevitably I will have missed one or two.) I use these extensively to prepare my pupils for their Paper 1. (This year’s cohort achieved 68% A*-A/9-7.) There are 13 pages of questions covering: Were the peace treaties of 1919-23 fair? To what extent was the League of Nations a success? Why had international peace collapsed by 1939? Who was to blame for the Cold War? How effectively did the USA contain the spread of Communism? How secure was the USSR’s control over Eastern Europe, 1948-1989? Why did events in the Gulf matter c. 1970-2000? Was the Weimar Republic doomed from the start? Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934? How effectively did the Nazis control Germany, 1933-45? What was it like to live in Nazi Germany?
PDF:Coursework Booklet  CIE History IGCSE  "Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann"
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PDF:Coursework Booklet CIE History IGCSE "Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann"

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**An editable version of this is available to download here This booklet was designed to support pupils in completing their CIE IGCSE History coursework. The question that had to answer was: Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann to Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. This is one of the questions recommended as being suitable by a CIE Examiner’s Report. This booklet includes: Guidance on how to structure your essay Key questions to tease out some of the issues relating to historical significance 35+ sources (both visual and written) from the likes of Punch,Simplicissimus Richard Evans, Alan Bullock, the Economist and Jonathan Wright A timeline of key dates Guidance on how to footnote properly A bibliography
Was Haig the Butcher of the Somme? FREE detailed booklet
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Was Haig the Butcher of the Somme? FREE detailed booklet

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A booklet that can be used to support the teaching of an enquiry around whether or not Haig deserves to be considered the ‘Butcher of the Somme’. Includes: Summary of the battle of the Somme Sources for and agains Haig being a butcher Ways to evaluate sources Suggested paragraph structure
Coursework Booklet  CIE History IGCSE - "Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann"
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Coursework Booklet CIE History IGCSE - "Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann"

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This booklet was designed to support pupils in completing their CIE IGCSE History coursework. The question that had to answer was: Assess the historical significance of Gustav Stresemann to Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. This is one of the questions recommended as being suitable by a CIE Examiner’s Report. This booklet includes: Guidance on how to structure your essay Key questions to tease out some of the issues relating to historical significance 35+ sources (both visual and written) from the likes of Punch,Simplicissimus Richard Evans, Alan Bullock, the Economist and Jonathan Wright A timeline of key dates Guidance on how to footnote properly A bibliography
Causes of World War I (First World War) - Full Course Booklet
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Causes of World War I (First World War) - Full Course Booklet

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This is the full booklet created for Year 9 pupils studying the causes of WWI. A free sample is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-sample-course-booklet-for-causes-of-wwi-11912236 This full version covers: the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand increasing militarism in Europe the Alliance system Imperialism Nationalism Different historians’ interpretations of the start of WWi How to use causal language when writing about WWI How to embed historians’ quotations in your work How to structure an essay effectively
Edexcel Politics 1100 word Model Essay Answer - Voting Behaviour Electoral performance + party image
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Edexcel Politics 1100 word Model Essay Answer - Voting Behaviour Electoral performance + party image

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You can now find this resource free here: https://ahistoryteachershares.wordpress.com/edexcel-a-level-politics/ A model essay answering this question in the style of an Edexcel Politics paper. With reference to three general elections you have studied, evaluate the extent to which political parties can improve their electoral performance by changing their policies and party image. [30]
Does Douglas Haig deserve his reputation as the Butcher of the Somme - Editable version GCSE/Y9
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Does Douglas Haig deserve his reputation as the Butcher of the Somme - Editable version GCSE/Y9

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Free PDF version available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/does-haig-really-deserve-his-reputation-as-the-butcher-of-the-somme-free-course-booklet-gcse-y9-11915729 This is a editable Word version of the same resource. This course booklet is designed to be used alongside regular teaching, building up to a source essay on the overarching enquiry question. It includes: An outline of the Battle of the Somme Arguments and evidence Haig was a butcher Arguments and evidence he was not a butcher How Haig’s reputation has changed over time How to integrate sources into your essay Things that affect a source’s reliability A suggested essay structure