Welcome tohistoryrocks.co.uk. 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.
Brought to you by http://historyrocks.co.uk. This episode is a personal reflection upon the quality of answers to the extract questions in AQA A level History Paper 1. It covers some of the highlights and lowlights of answers I have seen and offers some suggestions on how to improve. I hope you find this useful!
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As requested by a History Rocker out there, this is a special podcast looking at the development of African American Rights throughout this period. This primarily looks at the records of the US presidents but it also takes into account other agencies that brought about change.
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This podcast gives and overview as to why Kennedy got involved, what were his aims and methods and why Diem was assassinated. I hope you enjoy it and thank you for our five star review!
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This episode brought to you by historyrocks.co.uk explores why presidents before Johnson got involved in Vietnam after 1954. It considers the different (and similar) reasons pressuring Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy following the French defeat.
I hope you enjoy it. Do email us with any questions, shout-outs or jokes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to historyrocks.co.uk podcasts! This episode explores if there were any achievements in the so called Thaw between East and West in the period 1955 to 1963. If you have any questions, jokes or thoughts please send them to email@example.com.
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This episode brought to you by historyrocks.co.uk, it delves into the shifts and developments after 1953. What was Eisenhower about? What was New Look? Why was the USSR keen to try something new? What was Peaceful Coexistence?
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Welcome to historyrocks,co.uk podcast special on the Cold War. Today's episode takes an overview of the Korean War and explores its impact. Feel free to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org with any shout-outs or requests!
Welcome to the historyrocks.co.uk podcasts! Check our website out for resources, training and much more. This episode gives some background to the Korean War and especially looks at why Truman got involved in it. Please drop us a line with any shout-outs, jokes or requests to email@example.com
You are listening to the HistoryRocks.co.uk podcasts for students studying the Cold War, especially those doing HIS2R AQA A level. This episode explores the loss of China and why it is significant in the development of the Cold War. Drop us a line with any feedback, shout-outs or jokes on firstname.lastname@example.org
Brought to you by historyrocks.co.uk this episode offers some explanation of the causes and consequences of the Berlin Blockade. Great for all those who are revising it!
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Presented to you by HistoryRocks.co.uk, today we are looking at the Marshall Plan. What is it? Was it an unselfish act? How did the soviet Union respond to it? Some thoughts about its effectiveness too. Feel free to send in any jokes or shout-outs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented to you by historyrocks.co.uk. This special episode is for any A level History student (but especially AQA) who has just completed an essay on cause/consequence or significance. It will talk your through each paragraph, point out some of the pitfalls and give advice on what you could do.
All A level AQA History teachers or students looking to practice some source skills, should head over to historyrocks.co.uk website today! Email me on email@example.com
This episode looks at what was containment. It explores what methods of containment were used during the Cold War and why it was adopted by President Truman. I do hop you enjoy it and that you are revising hard!
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This episode looks largely at the debate - Was Stalin aggressive and expansionist or were his actions in Eastern and Souther Europe defensive? Any shout-outs, jokes or feedback? Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode is designed to specifically help those studying AQA A level History - HIS2R Cold War, but could be useful to anyone studying the period. Follow us on Facebook and visit our website for some exam based resources today!
Listen to these special episodes to help anybody studying the Cold War - especially A level Students studying AQA 2R. Teachers: come and see our resources historyrocks.co.uk and like our Facebook page MyHistoryRocks. Email us on email@example.com. Enjoy!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org