SBCSQ Practice
Self-marking and evaluation
Qns 1 (a)
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

What the
source said:	

A lot of
Vietnamese
died because
of the
A...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
What the source said:	

A lot of Vietnamese
died because of the
Am...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.

The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that t...
Qns 1 (c)
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
What is the logic for this?
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
How about other possible
combinations?
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson
hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean t...
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Vietnam war sbcsq 2009 prelims

  1. 1. SBCSQ Practice Self-marking and evaluation
  2. 2. Qns 1 (a)
  3. 3. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA.
  4. 4. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too
  5. 5. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too
  6. 6. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too Message? Convince Americans that the War is terrible.
  7. 7. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too Message? Convince Americans that the War is terrible. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible.
  8. 8. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible.
  9. 9. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible.
  10. 10. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. What the source said: A lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans ! Children too The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children.
  11. 11. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children.
  12. 12. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children. This source was published in an American newspaper, on 3 July 1966, when (what’s so special?)
  13. 13. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children. This source was published in an American newspaper, on 3 July 1966, when (what’s so special?) background info - American involved from 1959 to 1975
  14. 14. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children. This source was published in an American newspaper, on 3 July 1966, when the Americans were still involved in the Vietnam War. background info - American involved from 1959 to 1975
  15. 15. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children. This source was published in an American newspaper, on 3 July 1966, when the Americans were still involved in the Vietnam War.
  16. 16. Why do you think the cartoonist drew this cartoon? EYA. The cartoonist in Source A is trying to convince Americans that the War is terrible. This is because the source shows that a lot of Vietnamese died because of the Americans, including the children. This source was published in an American newspaper, on 3 July 1966, when the Americans were still involved in the Vietnam War. Therefore, the cartoonist is trying to garner the support of Americans to….(take what action?)
  17. 17. Qns 1 (c)
  18. 18. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer.
  19. 19. What is the logic for this?
  20. 20. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E
  21. 21. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E Just show that one of them is wrong!
  22. 22. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! Just show that one of them is wrong!
  23. 23. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! Just show that one of them is wrong!
  24. 24. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! How do you show if something is wrong?
  25. 25. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! = cannot believe How do you show if something is wrong?
  26. 26. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! = cannot believe How do you show if something is wrong? So what skill does it require then?
  27. 27. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! = cannot believe How do you show if something is wrong? So what skill does it require then? Reliability!
  28. 28. How about other possible combinations?
  29. 29. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D correct Source E wrong! Do I need to show that one is correct and the other is wrong?
  30. 30. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D correct Source E wrong! Do I need to show that one is correct and the other is wrong? No need cause the question asked if ONE OF THEM IS WRONG
  31. 31. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! Do I need to show that one is correct and the other is wrong? This will sufficiently show that ONE OF THEM is wrong isn't it?
  32. 32. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E wrong! Do I need to show that one is correct and the other is wrong? This will sufficiently show that ONE OF THEM is wrong isn't it?
  33. 33. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D wrong! Source E wrong! Is there a need to do this?
  34. 34. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D wrong! Source E wrong! Is there a need to do this? No. Cause showing that both are wrong still shows that ONE OF THEM is wrong .
  35. 35. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E Right! Right! No, none of them is wrong Can this answer the question?
  36. 36. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E Right! Right! No, none of them is wrong Can this answer the question? Yes you can. But you must explain why both are right even though the views are different.
  37. 37. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E Right! Right! No, none of them is wrong Can this answer the question? Yes you can. But you must explain why both are right even though the views are different. Disclaimer: This rarely occurs.
  38. 38. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E So let’s look at Source D and E. Which one is likely to be wrong?
  39. 39. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E “…will not resort to unnecessary violence” President Johnson picking up coffins of Peace and Progress So let’s look at Source D and E. Which one is likely to be wrong?
  40. 40. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. Source D Source E “…will not resort to unnecessary violence” President Johnson picking up coffins of Peace and Progress Not supported by Source B Supported by other Sources So let’s look at Source D and E. Which one is likely to be wrong?
  41. 41. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnson hopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that one of them is wrong? Explain your answer. So Source D is wrong. Prove Source D wrong using reliability

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