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The IB History Test. What does Paper 1 look like?. Paper 1 - Question 1 – Source Information. Format: Good sentences Length: 1-2 sentences Rewrite what the source is saying in your own words If it is a picture, do not rewrite what the caption says or what it says on the picture

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the ib history test

The IB History Test

What does Paper 1 look like?

paper 1 question 1 source information
Paper 1 - Question 1 – Source Information

Format:Good sentences

Length:1-2 sentences

  • Rewrite what the source is saying in your own words
  • If it is a picture, do not rewrite what the caption says or what it says on the picture
    • USE  YOUR OWN WORDS!!!
paper 1 question 2 compare contrast
Paper 1 - Question 2 - Compare/Contrast

Length: 5-6 sentences

Format:Running Comparison/Contrast

  • Compare
    • Fact from source to back it up
    • Explanation of fact as comparison
    • Contrast word sentence
  • Contrast
    • Fact from source to back it up
    • Explanation of fact as contrast
    • Compare word sentence
  • Compare
    • Fact from source to back it up
    • Explanation of fact as comparison
    • Contrast word sentence

Contrast

Compare

Contrast

paper 1 question 3 opvl
Paper 1 - Question 3 - OPVL

Length:5-6 sentences

Format: List or paragraph

  • Origin
    • Who created this?
    • When was this created?
    • Where was it created?
  • Purpose
    • Why was this created?
  • Values
    • Using your knowledge about what was going on at the time and what type of source it is, why should we trust this source?
  • Limitations
    • Using your knowledge about what was going on at the time and what type of source it is, why should we not trust this source?
paper 1 question 4 essay
Paper 1 - Question 4 - Essay
  • Body (3 paragraphs)
    • Baby thesis =
      • Opinion + 1 idea
    • Evidence =
      • Facts from documents
      • Facts from notes
    • Argument = 
      • Opinion + Evidence
  • Conclusion
    • Restate thesis in new words
    • Recap evidence
    • Connection to world

Length:5 paragraphs

Format:

  • Intro (1 paragraph) =
    • Grabber
    • Background - What's going on in history?
    • Restate question and define key words
    • Thesis: opinion (argument) + what paragraphs are going to talk about
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Q1

Q2

Question 1

  • Format: Sentences
  • Length: 1-2 sentences each
  • Answer the question in your own words, don’t rewrite source
  • Picture: Don’t just rewrite caption

Question 2

  • Format: Running comp./cont.
  • Length: 3-5 sentences
  • Compare
    • How are the documents similar
    • Facts to back up comparison
    • Contrast word sentence
  • Contrast
    • How are the documents different
    • Facts to back up comparison
    • Contrast word sentence
  • Question 3
  • Format: Paragraph
  • Length: 3-4 sentences each
  • Origin: Who? When? Where?
  • Purpose: Why?
  • Values: Why should we trust this source?
  • Limitations: Why should we not trustthis source?
  • Question 4
  • Format: 5-paragraph essay
  • Intro
    • Grabber
    • Historical background
    • Thesis: answer question and list 3 topics
  • Body (3 paragraphs)
    • Baby Thesis: 1 topic
    • Facts from docs/knowledge to prove baby
    • Argument: connect baby to facts
  • Conclusion

Q3

Q4