This ‘Section A: Instant Mock Bundle’ provides you with 11 question papers covering the specification. If your centre is studying for the Cold War AQA exam (HIS2R), this is an essential pack for you. Each question has 3 carefully selected primary sources. The primary sources are from a range of perspectives and are in line with the exam length. The pack includes AQA style questions and a very detailed mark schemes for you to use with your students. The indicative mark scheme provides you with lots of content that could be included in student answers. The mark scheme also provides you with potential comments on tone and provenance. As a result, this bundle saves you valuable time to spend on the marking and feedback.
How to use
Many students find the section A of component 2 a real challenge. Consequently, these instant mocks are a vital in giving your students the essential practice they need. Use these instant mocks as a timed questions in your class. You could also use the mark schemes for peer assessment. Or give the questions to your keen students looking to do more practice. For a full mock exam, the ‘Section A Instant Mock Bundle’ works perfectly alongside our Section B Essay questions bank. The questions and mark schemes have been written by an experienced examiner. Use the Section A instant mocks as part of your planned assessment cycle. As a result, you can boost your students’ confidence and skills! You may be a student looking to practice ahead of the summer exam. Test yourself and see how your grades improve.
Also included in this pack are teacher and student guidance sheets on the best approaches to sources and essay questions.
***NOTE: The individual ‘Instant Mocks’ on sale on this site are also included in this great value Section A bundle***
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