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Edexcel A Level History Germany Sect. C Key Knowledge
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Edexcel A Level History Germany Sect. C Key Knowledge

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A seven-page document including some key facts/knowledge/evidence to have for Section C for the Germany exam for Edexcel A Level History. These facts formed the bulk of my arguments, but make sure you have done detailed work in understanding the perspectives of particular historians, as you will probably have to analyse a source in the exam.
Edexcel A Level History Essay Plans (FRG)
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Edexcel A Level History Essay Plans (FRG)

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A collection of essay plans for Edexcel A Level History Paper 1 (Germany). This collection includes six essays on the Federal Republic of Germany, answering the following questions: “‘The postwar economic history of Germany was one of constant success.’ How far do you agree with this statement?” “How far do you agree that the Federal Republic faced severe economic challenges in the years 1965–83?” “How accurate is it to say that the successive governments of the FRG were stable and successful from 1965-89?” “How far was the Basic Law responsible for the creation of a stable political base in the years 1949-89?” “How accurate is it to say that there was little effective opposition to the political system of the FRG between 1949 and 1989?” “How successful were the Chancellors following Adenauer in maintaining political stability from 1966-89?”
Edexcel German Example IRP: Anglizismen
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Edexcel German Example IRP: Anglizismen

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This is an example IRP for the speaking component of the Edexcel German A-Level. It consists of some resources and the student’s 10 findings from them, relating to theme of Anglizismen im Deutschen. This resource shows a number of facts and figures, as well as an example introduction which is typically given to the examiner at the beginning of the oral exam.
Edexcel A Level History British Empire Key Knowledge
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Edexcel A Level History British Empire Key Knowledge

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This (40+ page!) document includes key information in all areas of the third A Level History paper for Edexcel, British Empire. It is divided as follows: America, Australia, Canada, India, Egypt, Navy & Trade, Role of the Navy It could be used quite well as a starting point for making flashcards, since most of the key facts are there. The later subjects are divided more into “Essay-type” notes, since for some topics there are only 2-3 essay questions which can be asked (e.g. Egypt), but don’t let this fool you! Make sure you revise EVERY topic! For my exams, India came up for a THIRD year in a row, and you can imagine how everyone felt after saying “It won’t come up again” and didn’t revise it.
Edexcel A Level History Germany (FRG) Key Knowledge
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Edexcel A Level History Germany (FRG) Key Knowledge

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This (20 page!) document includes most of (not all!) the key knowledge you should know for the FRG segment of the Germany unit. I used it to create flashcards, and it worked quite well. If you can, try to find things to add to it so it becomes even more useful for you! Use it for consolidation after doing the topics too. The way it’s structured is a little bit strange, but you can always change it!
Edexcel A Level History Source Question Essay (Canada)
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Edexcel A Level History Source Question Essay (Canada)

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This example essay shows a possible structure you might want to use when answering a source question in the British Empire paper. It answers both aspects of the question, tackling them in Context/Content order. It does not include an introduction, though some teachers find this unusual.
AQA A Level English Language Paper 1 Model Answer #1
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AQA A Level English Language Paper 1 Model Answer #1

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For AQA A Level English Language Paper 1: Language, the Individual and Society. This model answer achieved 68/70 (A*) and answered the practice questions on the topic of “Rudeness”. These are attached. The rights to the articles themselves belong to their respective owners, and the file is only in the pack for reference.
Edexcel A Level German Essay: Das Leben der Anderen
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Edexcel A Level German Essay: Das Leben der Anderen

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An example short essay as would be in the Edexcel A-Level German exam literature section. This essay is about Wiesler’s personality change over the course of Das Leben der Anderen. It is not marked, and there may be grammar errors, since this is written in timed conditions. Use it only as an example of the kind of things you could talk about, and always check the grammar if you do decide to take sentence structures.
Edexcel A Level History Example Essay #1
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Edexcel A Level History Example Essay #1

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An example essay written in timed conditions for Edexcel A Level History Paper 3 (British Empire). It answers the following question: “How far do you agree that the lack of effective military leadership by the British in 1776 to 1783 was the primary cause of the loss of the American colonies?”
Edexcel A Level History Essay Plans (Nazi Germany)
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Edexcel A Level History Essay Plans (Nazi Germany)

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A collection of five essays written for Edexcel A Level History Paper 1 (Germany). The collection includes the following five essay questions: “How significant was the outbreak of war in 1939 to the treatment of ethnic minorities in the period of Nazi rule in 1933-45?” “Considering the years 1936-1945, how far was Nazi Government transformed by war?” “‘Chaotic and inefficient’: How far do you agree with this assessment of Nazi Government from 1933-42?” “How significant was Hitler’s leadership to the success of the Nazi consolidation of power 1933-41?” “How far do you agree that the survival of Hitler’s dictatorship 1933-45 was due to his removal of opposition?”
Edexcel A Level History Essay Plan #4: Weimar Opposition
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Edexcel A Level History Essay Plan #4: Weimar Opposition

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An example essay plan written for Edexcel A Level History Paper 1 (Germany). It answers the following question: “How accurate is it to say that political opposition from the extreme right was the most significant threat to the stability of the Weimar Republic in the years 1919-29?”