Welcome to History Rocks! These podcasts are designed for those studying or teaching A level History. They are packed full of advice from experienced examiners! The contents are the opinion of the presenter and are not endorsed by any UK exam board. See website for details.
This episode explains how to use own knowledge more effectively when evaluating arguments in extracts for AQA History, Section A of paper 1. I do hope you enjoy it! If you want any shoutouts, have a joke or want to make a request, please email email@example.com
The much anticipated episode is finally here! This episode suggests an effective way of structuring your answers to Section A, AQA interpretations for paper 1 in the A level History exam. It is also packed with advice when approaching the paper and things to avoid. Send us your feedback, suggestions or requests for shout-outs to firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode begins to explore how to approach interpretations in section A of AQA History - component 1. This segment explains the difference between a fact and an opinion and how to spot them. This is all crucial in the overall structure - so pay attention!
This episode offers a suggestion on how to structure a Section A AQA History source answer for paper 2. Of course, there are lots of approaches, but this example should produce an answer that includes balance and judgement that will help you get higher marks! Send us feedback, jokes or a request for a shout-out to email@example.com