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    • CA REVISION - SBQs
    • What you should do at the start
      • Glance at the questions
      • Identify the TYPE of questions they belong to
      • Read all the sources quickly
      • Pick out and HIGHLIGHT the relevant portions of the source before you begin answering each question
    • Inference
      • Firstly read or look at the source or sources carefully and write down the obvious things it is telling you.
      • Secondly look beyond the obvious and see what you can infer.
      • Write down what you have inferred and use the source to back you up .
      What impression does Source A give of… What message does the cartoon in source C give about… How does Source A help you to understand… Use the source and your own knowledge to explain… What does the source tell you about…
    • Inference
      • Always use your own words for inference;
      • You can quote directly from the source for evidence
      • Give 2 inferences (3 if you want to be safe)
      • 2-3 paragraphs
      What impression does Source A give of… What message does the cartoon in source C give about… How does Source A help you to understand… Use the source and your own knowledge to explain… What does the source tell you about…
    • TEXT STRUCTURE OF ANSWER
      • Remember that your answers have to take the following format:
        • I can infer from the Source that [insert inference here]. This can be supported by the source which states that “QUOTE RELEVANT EVIDENCE FROM SOURCE”. This shows that [demonstrate your understanding of how the evidence supports your inference]
      • Each answer should have 2-3 paragraphs.
    • PRACTICE
      • Source A : A historian’s account of the Shang civilization.
        • The most striking picture of China in the Shang period is revealed by the big royal tombs discovered at Anyang between 1927 and 1936. They comprise a big rectangular grave on a north-south axis, with a smaller, deeper central grave. The royal coffin, made of wood, lay above the central grave, in which a dog has been sacrificed. Surrounding this grave were remains of men-at-arms, doubtless the companions and servants of the king – his chariot with its horses and their drivers, pottery bronze vases, and other objects of value.
      • Question: What does the Source tell you about the people of the Shang Civilisation?
    • Inference of Purpose
      • Structure is the same as inference, 2 inferences with support;
      • You need to identify the intended impact that the author wanted to have on the audience;
      • So in your answer, you would need to identify:
        • Author – Intended Impact – Audience
        • Remember to use a strong verb for intended impact. Rather than say the author wanted to “tell us”, you need to use a stronger verb to really bring out the impact. For example, to convince, demonstrate
      • 3-4 paragraphs
      What do you think is the intention of the writer in Source A? Why did xxxx make this comment?
    • Practice
      • Source B: Inscription on the terrace of Mount Langya in Shandong about Qin Shihuang
        • “ He makes rules and measures just and fair;
        • He is the regulator of all beings.
        • His wisdom, kindness and justice
        • Make bright and clear the principles of the Way”
      • Why did the author of Source B make this inscription? Explain your answer.
    • Practice
      • Source C: Inscription on Mount Yi after Qin Shihuang’s visit
        • “ Assaults and battles took place everyday
        • The land was divided and separate states existed
        • Opening wide chaos and disorder
        • Not until now, has our emperor
        • Made the world one family”
      • Why did the author of Source C make this inscription? Explain your answer.