AQA HIS2R Cold War Section A: Instant Mock – The Vietnam War
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AQA HIS2R Cold War Section B: Essay Bank

This ‘Cold War Section B Essay Bank’ is essential to those centres studying the AQA History HIS2R unit. Get over 30 AQA-style depth essay questions to practice with your students. The questions span the full date range of the specification and use the typical question stems. Boost the skills, confidence and grades of your students with this vital pack of questions.

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This ‘Cold War Section B Essay Bank’ brings you a collection of 30 AQA-style section B essay questions. This ‘Essay Bank’ is intended for centres studying the Cold War c1945-1991 (HIS2R). The selection of questions spans the full time period of the specification. The questions also use the typical question stems used in the exam.

How to use

The ‘Essay Bank’ is perfect for your students to plan and practice ahead of their summer exams. As a result, you can boost the skills, confidence and grades of your students. The Section B ‘Essay Bank’ works very well alongside the ‘Section A Instant Mocks’ when creating mock exam papers. The ‘Essay Bank’ also works well during revision workshops or can be given to keen students looking to do additional assessments. The questions can be used during timed assessments in class. Stretch your able students by getting them to create the indicative content that would be used in a mark scheme. With a great focus upon what precise evidence would be needed. Or, students can create additional variants of the same questions and plan their approach. You can also upload the questions to your virtual learning environment for independent study. You may be a student looking to do a little more essay practice ahead of the summer exam. Download the questions now and invite your peers to offer a mark for your work against the generic mark scheme.

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This licence permits you to make the resource available to all students and staff in your institution. This can be either in digital and/or print form (including for photocopying). This resource may be distributed on your secure virtual learning environment (e.g. Moodle), however it must not be made available on any public or insecure website or other platform. See our terms and conditions for more information.

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