There are so many command terms and often, students lose easy marks because they’re not fully aware of what the question is asking them! I had made a list of command terms and what they want from you. Use these when you’re writing questions, and by the time the exams come around, these commands will… Continue reading How to use Command Terms
There has been a lot of content in the previous history posts, so here’s a chance for you to test yourself! Here are some sample questions from the Renaissance, Reformation and Counter Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Absolutism and The French Revolution. Write a paragraph to answer the following questions: How did the Renaissance create a new… Continue reading Test yourself
First Hand Vs Second Hand Multiple accounts of the same event A firsthand account is a A secondhand account is a … Continue reading First Hand or Second Hand??
When we’re researching, we need to find information we can use. But not just the first thing that comes up on Google Search, we need accurate information! So how do we do this? O.P.V.L helps if you apply it to your sources. Ask yourself the following questions… Origin: Where does this source come from? Who wrote it?… Continue reading Sourcing using O.P.V.L
During the Revolution , Napoleon rose quickly in the army. By 1799, he had become a political leader and he helped over throw the Directory. He set up a 3 man governing board known as the Consulate. Yet another Constitution was created and Napoleon took the title ‘First Consul’. In 1802, he had himself named consul for… Continue reading Napoleon in France (Post-Revolution)
What is an absolute ruler? And how does one become an absolute ruler? Absolutism is the exercise of complete and unrestricted power of government, meaning that one person is in control of everything, such as all of the decision maker. If a ruler is a King or a Queen and has absolute power, we call… Continue reading Absolutely Fabulous!
Britain invaded America and by 1750, 13 colonies stretched across the East Coast of North America. They were part of Britain’s growing empire and British policies were applied but they were not strictly enforced. The colonies were home to diverse religions and groups and each colony had a different ways of life. They did not want to… Continue reading The American Revolution