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    Pass A Level History uses online video tutorials and interactive tests to show you how to answer any Extract, Source or Essay question.

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    Our course takes you step by step to success, so you can achieve the best possible results whilst studying and revising A Level History.

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    We provide expert A Level History guidance that you can continually refer back to, at your convenience and across all your devices.

Course Curriculum

  1. 01
    • LESSON - COURSE WELCOME - COURSE CONTENTS - The course contents sheet details how the course is laid out into modules and lessons enabling you to move between or return to different learning areas as you please

    • LESSON - COURSE WELCOME - TAKING THE COURSE - This video lesson details how you should use the course to aid your A Level history studies and help you revise. It includes important tips about how to get the most from the course.

  2. 02
    • COURSE ANALYSIS - ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES - In this video lesson we learn about the 3 different assessment objectives for A Level History and how they are weighted across exam boards.

    • COURSE ANALYSIS - ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES - QUIZ

    • COURSE ANALYSIS - ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE COURSEWORK - This PDF sheet links to exam board websites that detail the requirements for your NEA component of your A Level History course.

    • COURSE ANALYSIS - ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE EXAMINATIONS - In this lesson we look at how our exams are structured in terms of assessment and what key information we need to know in order to best prepare for examinations.

    • COURSE ANALYSIS - GRADE BOUNDARIES - AQA - The final lesson of the course analysis is a grade boundaries sheet showing how the different boundaries are calculated and how best to use this information.

    • COURSE ANALYSIS – GRADE BOUNDARIES - EDEXCEL - The final lesson of the course analysis is a grade boundaries sheet showing how the different boundaries are calculated and how best to use this information.

    • COURSE ANALYSIS – GRADE BOUNDARIES - OCR - The final lesson of the course analysis is a grade boundaries sheet showing how the different boundaries are calculated and how best to use this information.

  3. 03
    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES - This PDF sheet provides details on the Assessment Objectives for A Level History Extract Questions

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS This video lesson shows you how to interpret and understand A Level History extract questions.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - QUIZ

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - We go into detail on how to plan our answers to A Level History extract questions. Two separate methods of planning for extract questions are shown depending on your personal style.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - QUIZ

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - IDENTIFY AND EXTRACT - This lesson shows you how to identify and pull out the correct information from extract questions. Using an example question I identify the extracts key arguments.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - USING QUOTATIONS - How to use quotations to show we have identified the correct arguments. How to identify quotations that you could potentially support or challenge with contextual knowledge and evidence.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - USING QUOTATIONS - QUIZ

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - EVALUATION AND JUDGEMENT THROUGH CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE PART 1 - We learn how to use contextual knowledge to back our judgement's, by supporting and/or challenging the views and arguments of extracts.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - EVALUATION AND JUDGEMENT THROUGH CONTEXTUAL KNOWLEDGE PART 2 - We learn how to use contextual knowledge to back our judgement's, by supporting and/or challenging the views and arguments of extracts.

    • EXTRACT QUESTIONS - EVALUATION AND JUDGEMENT OF EXTRACTS - QUIZ

  4. 04
    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES - This PDF sheet provides details on the Assessment Objectives for A Level History Primary Source Questions

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - This video lesson shows you how to interpret and understand A Level History primary source questions .

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - We go into detail on how to plan our answers to primary source A Level History questions.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - FOUR KEY COMPONENTS - We identify the four key components that we need to use to be able to properly analyse a sources value and limitations.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - FOUR KEY COMPONENTS - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - IDENTIFY AND EXTRACT - I demonstrate how to identify provenance, tone and emphasis from a primary source. We then go on to look at how to identify relevant content form a primary source.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - IDENTIFYING AND EXTRACTING - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - MAKING INFERENCES - We learn how to make inferences from the information we have identified by using reasoning and deduction. This helps us to assess the value of a source.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - MAKING JUDGEMENTS - I explain how to make judgements in relation to the value and limitations of primary sources.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - INFERENCE AND JUDGEMENT OF SOURCES - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - SUBSTANTIATING JUDGEMENTS - We look at how to use contextual knowledge to substantiate our judgements, by providing the evidence to back up exactly what we are saying.

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - SUBSTANTIATING JUDGEMENTS - QUIZ

    • SOURCE QUESTIONS - FINAL SUMMARIES - We go over the key aspects of producing a final summary to give your final judgement on a sources value and limitations.

  5. 05
    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES - This simple PDF sheet can be downloaded and/or printed to refer to the assessment objectives for essay questions as you work through the module.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - This video lesson shows you how to interpret and understand essay questions by dividing them into two distinct categories as well as taking the required information from them.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - PART 2 - This video continues our work on interpreting and understanding questions by explaining how to cover date ranges and ideas for breaking down and exploring certain types of question.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - INTERPRETING AND UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS - QUIZ

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - I show how to effectively plan A Level Essay question answers according to the type of question being asked. Different example plans are explained alongside how you can implement this in your examination.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - PART 2 - In this lesson we build on our essay planning skills by learning how to weight the different factors we will consider in our essay and how this can lead to developing a line of argument for the essay.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - PLANNING ANSWERS - QUIZ

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - INTRODUCTIONS - In this video lesson I identify the three key aspects all good introductions must cover and then show through an example exactly how to make sure that your introduction hits these points.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - INTRODUCTIONS - QUIZ

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - STRUCTURING THEMES/PARAGRAPHS - I show you exactly how to structure the themes/paragraphs that make up an essay answer. We ensure the main body of an essay is systematically ordered to answer the question most effectively.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - STRUCTURING THEMES/PARAGRAPHS - QUIZ

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - CONCLUSIONS - I talk through how to produce an effective conclusion by analysing what the conclusion needs to do. This is then demonstrated using a model conclusion answer.

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - CONCLUSIONS - QUIZ

    • ESSAY QUESTIONS - PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER - In the final lesson I have provided an extensive PDF sheet, including example, detailing how we can bring everything together to write the most effective answer to any A Level History essay question.