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  • D" is the best answer. The poem, as a primary source, says that Little Bo-Peep "has lost her sheep/And doesn't know where to find them." This is quotable evidence supporting the claim of carelessness. Notice that "D" does not "prove," nor need it "prove," that Bo-Peep was careless. Bo Peep idea taken from Ray Karras ‘Improving Multiple Choice Tests;
  • "A" is the best answer. The poem says, as a matter of fact, "leave them alone/And they'll come home ...," which opposes the claim that the sheep needed constant watching. "B," "C," and "D" are wrong. The rhyme does not say where the sheep went, what they did, or where Bo-Peep looked for them, if she did. This factual knowledge is not available, and cannot be used to support any claim.
  • "A" is the best answer. The poem says, as a matter of fact, "leave them alone/And they'll come home ...," which opposes the claim that the sheep needed constant watching. "B," "C," and "D" are wrong. The rhyme does not say where the sheep went, what they did, or where Bo-Peep looked for them, if she did. This factual knowledge is not available, and cannot be used to support any claim.
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    • 1. The 21 Demands IB HL History Learning ObjectiveTo place the 21 Demands in a thematic context/argument as tothe reasons for the failure of the Chinese Republic
    • 2. Starter: Historical Facts VClaimsSource ALittle Bo-Peep Has lost her sheepAnd doesnt know where to find them.Leave them alone,And theyll come homeWagging their tails behind them.FACT is a statement describing something that really happened in the poem "Little Bo-Peep.” A CLAIM is different: it is a statement of opinion based on fact.
    • 3. Q1:Claim: Little Bo-Peep was carelesswith her sheep.Which of the following supports that claim?C.Where Bo-Peep left her sheep.B. What made Bo-Peep careless with her sheep.C. What the sheep will do if Bo-Peep leaves them alone. D. What the poem says about Bo-Peep
    • 4. Q2:Claim: The sheep needed constantwatching from Bo-Peep.Which of the following is a fact that opposes this claim?C.What the poem says the sheep will do.B. Where the poem says the sheep went.C. What the sheep did when they were left alone.D. Where Bo-Peep looked for the sheep.
    • 5. The Point?Think back to last lesson and Fenby and Lary’s opposingviewpoints on the Chinese RevolutionReady?
    • 6. Q3:Fenby’s Claim: The Revolution of1911 was no ‘Sea Change’Which of the following is a fact that opposes this claim?C.Yuan Shikai took power.B. Military not civilian power became the important factor .C. The end of the law of avoidance.D. Foreign Powers continued to encroach on China’s sovereignty.
    • 7. Q4:Lary’s Claim: The Revolution of1911 saw fundamental changes Which of the following is a fact that supports this claim?C. Yuan Shikai took power. B. Military not civilian power became dominant. C. The end of the law of avoidance. D. Foreign Powers continued to encroach on China’s sovereignty.
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    • 10. Task: The 21 Demands• Make 5 questions on the 21 demands.• These should range in difficulty with the last one being the most difficult.• You are only allowed 2 recall questions max• Make a table for answers and then grill your classmates
    • 11. HW: Essay Plan Why did the Chinese republic fail? 1.In the first paragraph write your historical question and your hypothesis answering it 2. In the first sentence of the second paragraph claim your first reason for believing your hypothesis. In the sentences that follow within this paragraph write: a) Facts that support this claim and explain why/how they do so b) A counter argument that opposes the point you have made and the reasons for it. c) Rebut the counter argument by explaining why it is incorrect d) A linking sentence to your next reason, which will be explained in the next paragraph. 3. Do exactly the same as the second paragraph with a new reason 4. Do exactly the same as the third paragraph with a new reason 5. Do exactly the same as the fourth paragraph with a new reason 6. Do exactly the same as the fifth paragraphs with a new reason 7. Write your conclusion restating your point
    • 12. TOK Link We started the lesson by looking at facts and claims in historical study Can a historical claim supported by facts ever be proven beyond all doubt? What wider inferences about the nature of historical knowledge did the starter exercise show? Could it have been made better? How?