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Slide 1 - Tekstslide
1 hour 30 minutes
30 marks (30% of the total marks available for the AS Level, 15% at A Level)
Candidates answer compulsory, structured questions based on two sources provided with the examination paper
Questions will require both short and longer responses
The source material may express different perspectives on issues of global significance
This is an externally set assessment, marked by Cambridge.
Slide 2 - Tekstslide
You are tested on your ability to
• analyse arguments to understand how they are structured and on what they are based
• analyse perspectives and understand the different claims, reasons, arguments, views and evidence they contain
• synthesise relevant and credible research in support of judgements about arguments and perspectives
• critically evaluate the strengths, weaknesses and implications of reasoning in arguments and overall perspectives
• critically evaluate the nature of different arguments and perspectives
• use research to support judgements about arguments and perspectives.
Slide 3 - Tekstslide
Common questions from past papers per question number:
Identify the cause of …
Identify the consequences of…
How well does the author use evidence to support the claim that “XYZ…”
How could you test this claim? You may consider the types of information, sources of evidence or methods you might use.
Slide 4 - Tekstslide
Identify one [fact/opinion/prediction/value judgment/vested interest].
Why might PERSON A’s statement be biased?
Which argument is more convincing, A’s or B’s?
Your answer should consider both arguments, and you should support your point of view with their words.
You should also consider:
the strength of their reasoning and evidence
their use of language
different types of information: Facts, Opinions, Predictions, Value Judgments, and Vested Interests
Slide 5 - Tekstslide
Use the provided source materials to make a case to support a personal opinion, perspective or statement.
In your answer you should:
state your recommendation/opinion
give reasons to support your choice/opinion
use the material in the Sources and/or any of your own ideas
consider different arguments and perspectives.
Slide 6 - Tekstslide
After this introduction of component 1: write down questions you may have.
Slide 7 - Open vraag
Now you are going to practise the first 2 questions of component 1 from a past paper (March 2019).
Afterwards we'll discuss it and you will be asked to reflect on your work and what you need in order to improve.
Slide 8 - Tekstslide
In the next slide you find the link to the resource booklet (2019). Open this first.
Then go to the other slides, read the questions and answer them
Slide 9 - Tekstslide
Slide 10 - Link
Read the information in the accompanying Resource Booklet (see previous slide) and answer all questions. 1 Study Sources 1 and 2. (a) What is meant by migration? (b) (i) Identify one cause of migration from Source 1. (ii) Using Source 2, identify one consequence of migration for the country people are moving to. (c) Which consequence of migration do you think is the most significant? Explain why. (d) Using Sources 1 and 2, explain why migration is an important issue for countries.
Slide 11 - Open vraag
2 Study Source 3. (a) ‘We must help the refugees.’ What are the strengths and weaknesses of the argument supporting this claim? (b) ‘Migrants help the economy of a country to grow stronger.’ How could you test this claim
Slide 12 - Open vraag
On next Monday, 11 January
Have questions 1 and 2 completed.
Slide 13 - Tekstslide
Do not continue with the next questions before your teacher tells you to.
Slide 14 - Tekstslide
3 Study Source 4. (a) Identify one opinion from Source 4. (b) Identify one prediction from Source 4. (c) Identify an example of a vested interest in Source 4. Explain why this is a vested interest.
Slide 15 - Open vraag
3(d) Which argument is more convincing, Isa’s or Jusse’s? Your answer should consider both arguments and you should support your point of view with their words. You should also consider: • the strength of their reasoning and evidence • their use of language • the different types of information used.
Slide 16 - Open vraag
4 ‘Governments should allow people to migrate between countries if they want to.’ Do you agree with this statement? In your answer, you should: • state your opinion • give reasons and evidence to support your opinion • use the material in the sources and/or any of your own ideas • consider different arguments and perspectives.