GRADE 11 NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 MEMORANDUM

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2 HISTORY P1 NOVEMBER 2013,SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS, 1 1 The following levels of questions is used to assess source based. LEVELS OF SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS,Extract relevant information and data from the. LEVEL 1 L1,Organise information logically,Explain historical concepts. Categorise appropriate relevant source of,information provider to answer the questions. Analyse the information and data gathered from a,LEVEL 2 L2.
variety of sources,Evaluate the sources of information provided to. assess the appropriateness of the sources for the,Interpret and evaluate information and data from. the sources,Engage with sources of information evaluating the. usefulness of the sources for the task taking into. account stereotypes subjectivity and gaps in the,evidence available. Analyse historical concepts as social constructs,Examine and explain the dynamics of changing.
LEVEL 3 L3 power relations within the aspects of societies. Compare and contrast interpretations and,perspectives of people s actions or events and. changes to draw independent conclusions about,the actions or events. Identify when an interpretation or statistics may be. controversial and engage critically with the,conclusions presented by the data. 1 2 The following table indicates how to assess source based questions. In the marking of source based questions credit needs to be given to. any other valid and relevant viewpoints arguments evidence or. In the allocation of marks emphasis should be placed on how the. requirements of the question have been addressed, In the marking guideline the requirements of the question skills that. need to be addressed as well as the level of the question are. indicated in italics,NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 3,2 EXTENDED WRITING.
2 1 Marking of extended writing,MARKERS MUST BE AWARE THAT THE CONTENT OF THE. ANSWER WILL BE GUIDED BY THE TEXTBOOKS IN USE AT THE. PARTICULAR CENTRE, CANDIDATES MAY HAVE ANY OTHER RELEVANT INTRODUCTION. AND OR CONCLUSION THAN THOSE INCLUDED IN A SPECIFIC. EXTENDED WRITING MARKING GUIDELINE, IN ASSESSING THE OPEN ENDED SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS. CANDIDATES SHOULD BE GIVEN CREDIT FOR ANY OTHER,RELEVANT RESPONSE. Global assessment of extended writing, The extended writing will be assessed holistically globally This approach.
requires the educator to score the overall product as a whole without scoring. the component parts separately This approach encourages the learner to. offer an individual opinion by using selected factual evidence to support an. argument The learner will not be required to simply regurgitate facts in. order to achieve a high mark This approach discourages learners from. preparing model answers and reproducing them without taking into account. the specific requirements of the question Holistic marking of extended. writing credits learners opinions supported by evidence Holistic. assessment unlike content based marking does not penalise language. inadequacies as the emphasis is on the following,The construction of argument. The appropriate selection of factual evidence to support such argument. The learner s interpretation of the question,4 HISTORY P1 NOVEMBER 2013. Assessment procedures of extended writing, 1 Keep the synopsis in mind when assessing extended writing. 2 During the first reading of the extended writing ticks need to be awarded for a. relevant introduction indicated by a bullet in the marking. guideline memorandum each of the main points aspects that is properly. contextualised also indicated by bullets in the marking guideline memorandum. and a relevant conclusion indicated by a bullet in the marking. guideline memorandum e g in an answer where there are 5 main points there. will be 7 ticks, 3 The following additional symbols can also be used. introduction main aspects and conclusion not properly. contextualised,wrong statement,irrelevant statement.
repetition R,analysis A,interpretation I,3 The matrix. 3 1 Use of analytical matrix in the marking of extended writing refer to page 5. In the marking of extended writing with reference to page 5 the given criteria shown. in the matrix should be used In assessing the extended writing note should be. taken of both the content and presentation At the point of intersection of the content. and presentation based on the seven competency levels a mark should be. 3 1 1 The first reading of extended writing will be to determine to what extent the. main aspects have been covered and to allocate the content level on the. 3 1 2 The second reading of extended writing will relate to the level on the matrix. of presentation, 3 1 3 Allocate an overall mark with the use of the matrix. NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 5, GRADE 11 EXTENDED WRITING ANALYTIC MATRIX TOTAL MARKS 30. PRESENTATION LEVEL 7 LEVEL 6 LEVEL 5 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 1. Very well planned and Well planned Writing Clear attempt to Some attempt Largely Answer not. structured Good and structured structured construct an to organise the descriptive at all well. synthesis of Synthesis of Constructed argument information with little structured. information information an argument Evidence used into an some. Constructed an Constructed an Evidence to a large extent argument attempt to. argument argument used to to support the Evidence not develop. Very good use of Evidence used support argument well used in an. evidence to support to support the argument supporting the argument. CONTENT the argument argument argument,Question has. been fully,answered 47 50 43 46,selection fully,relevant to line of.
Question has,been answered,Content 43 46 40 42 39 39. relevant to a line,of argument,answered to a,great extent 38 39 36 37 34 35 33 34. adequately,covered and,recognisable in,answer 30 33 28 29 26 27. omissions irrelev,ant content,selection does,not always 26 27 24 25 20 23. Omissions in,Sparse content,Question 20 23 18 19 15 17.
inadequately,Question not,Inadequate 20 0 13,Significant. irrelevance,NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 6, QUESTION 1 WHAT WERE THE CAUSES OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. 1 1 1 1 1 Level 2 Explain historical concepts,a Economic system based on private ownership. Economic system based on the private accumulation of. wealth 1 x 2 2,b Discrimination of people,System where no liberties are allowed. Any other relevant response 1 x 2 2,1 1 2 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source.
They were oppressed,They were impoverished,Unbearable work was imposed upon them. They were not recognised as human beings,They were treated like slaves. They had no human rights,Any other relevant response Any 2 x 1 2. 1 1 3 Level 2 Interpretation of sources,Not recognised as human beings. They must bear their fate and keep silent,Ignorance and lack of rights.
Treated as slaves,Any other relevant response Any 1 x 2 2. 1 1 4 Level 2 Interpretation of source,Autocratic ruler. Any other relevant response Any 1 x 1 1,1 1 5 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Tsar s army fired on the protesters,Tsar s army killed many unarmed protesters. He suppressed the protest violently,Any other relevant response Any 1 x 2 2.
1 1 6 Level 2 Interpretation of sources views expressed by source. Tsar introduced a parliament Duma,Political prisoners were given freedom. Political parties and trade unions were legalised,Censorship was lifted. Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4,NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 7. 1 1 7 Level 3 Engage with questions of bias reliability and usefulness. of sources,It is a primary source, It was the direct words of the leader of the march. It is a first hand account of the event, Events can be corroborated with other historical evidence.
Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4,1 2 1 2 1 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. To honour her commitment to the Triple Entente,To help Serbia against Austria. Any other relevant response Any 1 x 1 1,1 2 2 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source. Tannenberg,Augustovo Any 2 x 1 2,1 2 3 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Troops were underfed,Troops were ill equipped,Troops had no ammunition.
Any other relevant response Any 2 x 1 2,1 2 4 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Russians blamed the tsar for their suffering,Tsar became unpopular. Led to major strikes that was supported by the tsar s army. Tsar was forced to abdicate,Any other relevant response Any 2 x 1 2. 1 2 5 Level3 Interpret and evaluate information and data from sources. Food shortages in Russia,Food prices increased inflation. Increase in cost of living,Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4.
1 2 6 Level 2 Compare information in sources, Food shortages in visual source troops underfed in written. Any other relevant response 1 x 2 2,1 3 1 3 1 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. They continued the war against the allied powers,They did not provide bread for the people. They did not redistribute the land to the peasants. 8 HISTORY P1 NOVEMBER 2013,Leave the landlords on the land. Any other relevant response Any 2 x 1 2,1 3 2 Level 2 Interpretation of sources.
Peace Russia s participation in the First World War must be. ended to bring peace, bread Government must provide food because there were. food shortages in Russia, land Government must redistribute the land to the peasants. Any other relevant response Any 3 x 2 6,1 3 3 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Any other relevant response Any 1 x 2 2, 1 4 Level 3 Interpret and evaluate information and data from sources. Capitalism only benefitted the rich landlords,Workers were exploited unbearable work.
Workers became poor,Tsar supported exploitation Bloody Sunday. Tsar introduced reforms but implementation of reforms were very slow. First World war compounded economic problems,Huge food shortages. Inflation increased,Worker revolts wanted change, Capitalism did not meet the demands and expectations of Russian. Lenin offered an alternative communism,Capitalism failed to bring peace. Capitalism created starvation,Capitalism created unequal distribution of land.
Any other relevant response, LEVEL 1 Uses evidence in an elementary manner Marks 0 2. Uses evidence partially to write a paragraph on,the topic or cannot write a paragraph on the. LEVEL 2 Evidence is mostly relevant and relates to a Marks 3 5. great extent to the topic,Uses evidence in a very basic manner to write a. LEVEL 3 Uses relevant evidence Marks 6 8,Uses evidence very effectively in an organised. paragraph that shows an understanding of the,NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 9.
QUESTION 2 TO WHAT EXTENT DID THE NEW DEAL OPPOSE THE. PRINCIPLES OF CAPITALISM,2 1 2 1 1 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Capitalism,Private ownership of businesses,Any other relevant response Any 1 x 2 2. 2 1 2 Level 2 Interpretation of sources,The Great Depression 1 x 2 2. 2 1 3 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source,Work in national forests. Development of waterway projects 2 x 1 2, 2 1 4 Level 3 Interpret and evaluate information and data from sources.
Agree It is government s responsibility to look after its people. People voted for this government,Any other relevant response. Disagree Government should not interfere in business. Any 1 x 2 2,2 1 5 Level 2 Compare information in sources. Viewpoint 1 against government intervention in business. Viewpoint 2 in support of government intervention in business. Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4, 2 2 2 2 1 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source. Banks were incompetent,Banks were dishonest, Banks were involved in speculation on the stock market. Banks gave unwise loans,Any other relevant response Any 3 x 1 3.
2 2 2 Level 2 Interpretation of sources,Most Americans had radios. Many people unemployed could not afford to buy newspapers. Few people had access to television,Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4. 10 HISTORY P1 NOVEMBER 2013,2 2 3 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Banks were inspected, Only banks who were financially sound were reopened. Supply of bank capital increased,Deposits of investors were guaranteed.
Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4,2 3 2 3 1 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Old age pension,Insurance against unemployment,Provided child welfare. Provided relief for the poor,Provided health benefits. Any other relevant response Any 3 x 1 3, 2 3 2 Level 3 Interpret and evaluate information and data from sources. Would oppose SSA,Too much state intervention, Allowed collective bargaining through trade unions.
People became dependant on government grants,Companies refused to pay workers benefits. SSA was against capitalist principles,Any other relevant response Any 2 x 2 4. 2 4 2 4 1 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source. 8 states 1 x 1 1,2 4 2 Level 1 Extraction of evidence from source. 19 dams 1 x 1 1,2 4 3 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. Created jobs,Agriculture improved,Stopped floods,Generated electricity for industries.
Millions of trees planted, Improved the living conditions of millions of people. Any other relevant response Any 2 x 1 2,2 5 2 5 1 Level 2 Interpretation of sources. GRADE 11 NOVEMBER 2013 HISTORY P1 MEMORANDUM MARKS 150 This memorandum consists of 19 pages 2 HISTORY P1 NOVEMBER 2013 SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS 1 1 The following levels of questions is used to assess source based questions LEVELS OF SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS LEVEL 1 L1 Extract relevant information and data from the sources Organise information logically Explain historical concepts LEVEL 2

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