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Answering exam questions. How Useful Q. Origin : who write it, when, contemporary/secondary & benefit Purpose : why do you think it was written? Bias Content : what does it say about the topic in the question Missing: What relevant information does not source not include?

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How Useful Q

  • Origin: who write it, when, contemporary/secondary & benefit

  • Purpose: why do you think it was written? Bias

  • Content: what does it say about the topic in the question

  • Missing:What relevant information does not source not include?

  • Conclusion: How useful is the source?


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How Fully?

  • Say what the source includes (that is relevant to the topic in the question)

  • Give other information about the topic that the source does not include.

  • Answer the question: How fully does the source show/explain? (A lot/Not much as missing information on ….)


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COMPAREHow far do Sources A & B agree?

  • What is the same in both

  • What one says and the other doesn’t, OR disagree

  • How far do they agree?

    • A lot

    • Not much (explain why – i.e. give an example)


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Attitude

  • READ source carefully

  • Say what the author thinks about the topic in the question

  • EXPLAIN why he/she thinks that by giving more detail and background information.