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Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications, Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded by Pearson the UK s largest awarding body. offering academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked For. further information please visit our qualification websites at www edexcel com www btec co uk or. www lcci org uk Alternatively you can get in touch with us using the details on our contact us. page at qualifications pearson com contactus,About Pearson. Pearson is the world s leading learning company with 35 000 employees in more than. 70 countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives through. learning We put the learner at the centre of everything we do because wherever learning. flourishes so do people Find out more about how we can help you and your learners at. qualifications pearson com, References to third party material made in these sample assessment materials are made in good. faith Pearson does not endorse approve or accept responsibility for the content of materials. which may be subject to change or any opinions expressed therein Material may include. textbooks journals magazines and other publications and websites. All information in this document is correct at time of publication. Original origami artwork Mark Bolitho, Origami photography Pearson Education Ltd Naki Kouyioumtzis. ISBN 978 1 4469 2584 3,All the material in this publication is copyright.
Pearson Education Limited 2019, Summary of Pearson Edexcel Level 1 2 GCSE in History. SAMs Issue 2 changes, Summary of changes made between previous issue Page. and this current issue number, From summer 2019 onwards Paper 2 will be split into two physical question. and answer booklets the Period study booklet P and the British depth study. booklet B Students will only be provided with questions for the topics they. have studied, In response to this amendment we have summarised the Mark Scheme. document changes below, Paper 2 Period study and British depth study We have Contents.
updated the question paper numbering and page page. numbers to reflect this change, Paper 2 Period study and British depth study We have 4119 33 47. separated the P booklet Period study and B booklet British 55 63 71 79. depth study question papers The mark schemes have 87 105 123. been split in this document to reflect this change 135 147 159. If you need further information on these changes or what they mean contact us via our website. at qualifications pearson com en support contact us html. Introduction 1,General marking guidance 3,Paper 1 Thematic study and historic environment. Option 10 Crime and punishment in Britain c1000 present. and Whitechapel c1870 c1900 crime policing and the inner city 5. Option 11 Medicine in Britain c1250 present, and the British sector of the Western Front 1914 18 injuries. treatment and the trenches 19, Option 12 Warfare and British society c1250 present. and London and the Second World War 1939 45 33,Paper 2 Period study and British depth study.
Booklet P Period study,P1 Spain and the New World c1490 c1555 47. P2 British America 1713 83 empire and revolution 55. P3 The American West c1835 c1895 63, P4 Superpower relations and the Cold War 1941 91 71. P5 Conflict in the Middle East 1945 95 79,Booklet B British depth study. Paper 3 Modern depth study,Option 30 Russia and the Soviet Union 1917 41 127. Option 31 Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918 39 139,Option 32 Mao s China 1945 76 151.
Option 33 The USA 1954 75 conflict at home and abroad 163. Introduction, The Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History is designed for use in schools. and colleges It is part of a suite of GCSE qualifications offered by Pearson. These sample assessment materials have been developed to support this qualification. and will be used as the benchmark to develop the assessment students will take. This document contains the mark schemes, The question papers can be found in a separate publication. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes 1. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, 2 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019,General marking guidance. All candidates must receive the same treatment Examiners must mark the last candidate in. exactly the same way as they mark the first, Mark schemes should be applied positively Candidates must be rewarded for what they.
have shown they can do rather than penalised for omissions. Examiners should mark according to the mark scheme not according to their perception of. where the grade boundaries may lie, All the marks on the mark scheme are designed to be awarded Examiners should always. award full marks if deserved Examiners should also be prepared to award zero marks if the. candidate s response is not worthy of credit according to the mark scheme. When examiners are in doubt regarding the application of the mark scheme to a candidate s. response the team leader must be consulted, Crossed out work should be marked unless the candidate has replaced it with an alternative. How to award marks when level descriptions are used. 1 Finding the right level, The first stage is to decide which level the answer should be placed in To do this use a best fit. approach deciding which level most closely describes the quality of the answer Answers can. display characteristics from more than one level and where this happens markers must use the. guidance below and their professional judgement to decide which level is most appropriate. For example one stronger passage at L4 would not by itself merit a L4 mark but it might be. evidence to support a high L3 mark unless there are substantial weaknesses in other areas. Similarly an answer that fits best in L3 but which has some characteristics of L2 might be placed. at the bottom of L3 An answer displaying some characteristics of L3 and some of L1 might be. placed in L2,2 Finding a mark within a level, After a level has been decided on the next stage is to decide on the mark within the level The. instructions below tell you how to reward responses within a level However where a level has. specific guidance about how to place an answer within a level always follow that guidance. Levels containing two marks only, Start with the presumption that the work will be at the top of the level Move down to the.
lower mark if the work only just meets the requirements of the level. Levels containing three or more marks, Markers should be prepared to use the full range of marks available in a level and not restrict. marks to the middle Markers should start at the middle of the level or the upper middle. mark if there is an even number of marks and then move the mark up or down to find the. best mark To do this they should take into account how far the answer meets the. requirements of the level, If it meets the requirements fully markers should be prepared to award full marks within. the level The top mark in the level is used for answers that are as good as can. realistically be expected within that level, If it only barely meets the requirements of the level markers should consider awarding. marks at the bottom of the level The bottom mark in the level is used for answers that. are the weakest that can be expected within that level. The middle marks of the level are used for answers that have a reasonable match to the. descriptor This might represent a balance between some characteristics of the level that. are fully met and others that are only barely met,Indicative content. Examiners are reminded that indicative content is provided as an illustration to markers of. some of the material that may be offered by students It does not show required content. and alternatives should be credited where valid, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes 3.
Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, 4 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019,Sample assessment materials for first. teaching September 2016,Paper 1 Thematic study and historic. environment 1HI0 10,Option 10 Crime and punishment in. Britain c1000 present and,Whitechapel c1870 c1900 crime.
policing and the inner city, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes 5. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, 6 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, Whitechapel c1870 c1900 crime policing and the inner city. 1 Describe two features of accommodation for the poorer people in the Whitechapel. Target knowledge of key features and characteristics of the period. AO1 4 marks,Marking instructions, Award 1 mark for each valid feature identified up to a maximum of two features The second mark should. be awarded for supporting information, There were many slum houses 1 They had little ventilation 1.
Lodging houses were common 1 These were temporary residences for those without a permanent. The workhouse gave shelter to those too poor to pay rent 1 South Grove Workhouse provided. accommodation for about 400 1, Accept other appropriate features and supporting information. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes 7. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, 2 a How useful are Sources A and B for an enquiry into the effectiveness of the police in. Whitechapel in 1888 Explain your answer using Sources A and B and your. knowledge of the historical context,Target Analysis and evaluation of source utility. AO3 8 marks,Level Mark Descriptor,0 No rewardable material. 1 1 2 A simple judgement on utility is given and supported by undeveloped comment. on the content of the sources and or their provenance1 Simple comprehension of. the source material is shown by the extraction or paraphrase of some content. Limited contextual knowledge is deployed with links to the sources. 2 3 5 Judgements on source utility for the specified enquiry are given using valid. criteria Judgements are supported by developed comment related to the content. of the sources and or their provenance1 Comprehension and some analysis of the. sources is shown by the selection and use of material to support comments on. their utility Contextual knowledge is used directly to support comments on the. usefulness of the content of the sources and or their provenance. 3 6 8 Judgements on source utility for the specified enquiry are given applying valid. criteria with developed reasoning which takes into account how the provenance 1. affects the usefulness of the source content The sources are analysed to support. reasoning about their utility Contextual knowledge is used in the process of. interpreting the sources and applying criteria for judgements on their utility. 1 Provenance nature origin purpose,Marking instructions.
Markers must apply the descriptors above in line with the general marking guidance page 3. No credit may be given for contextual knowledge unless it is linked to evaluation of the sources. No credit may be given for generic comments on provenance which are not used to evaluate source. Indicative content guidance, Answers must be credited according to candidates deployment of material in relation to the qualities. outlined in the mark scheme While specific references are made in the indicative content below this does. not imply that these must be included other relevant material must also be credited The grouping of. points below does not imply that this is how candidates are expected to structure their answers. The usefulness could be identified in terms of the following points which could be drawn from the source. The source is useful in that the harassment of the police constable so close to his headquarters. suggests a lack of respect for the local police force. The presence of a single policemen attempting to deal with a mob suggests police effectiveness in the. area was hampered by lack of numbers This is useful for indicating that the police found it difficult to. police public order in Whitechapel, The following points could be made about the authorship nature or purpose of the source and applied to. ascribe usefulness to material drawn from it, Source A is an artist s impression published in a cheap popular paper it may be deliberately. exaggerated in order to make a point while amusing the readers which makes it difficult to rely on the. impression it gives that the constable was overwhelmed. The picture and caption are likely to reflect the understanding and attitude of its readers so it is useful. to know that the readers probably accepted the idea that the number of police was too few and that. this affected their efficiency or the readers were concerned about police effectiveness in Whitechapel. 8 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes. Issue 2 July 2019 Pearson Education Limited 2019, Knowledge of the historical context should be deployed to support inferences and or to assess the. usefulness of information Relevant points may include. There were rules about police beats constables were supposed to patrol in pairs clearly not shown. here This may indicate selection by the artist for effect here. Sir Charles Warren had been recruited to head the Metropolitan Police as a former army general to. deal with public order problems He resigned in November 1888 soon after these events which. indicates there may have been problems of policing public order as shown in the picture which he. failed to solve, The usefulness could be identified in terms of the following points which could be drawn from the source.
Source B is useful in the way it suggests the police had taken additional measures to try to catch Jack. the Ripper after the Whitechapel murders, Source B is useful because it suggests that the effectiveness of the police was affected by the. behaviour of the people and the nature of the area prostitutes chose to meet men secretly and even. if the police were nearby the situation in Whitechapel made it easy for the killer to escape. The following points could be made about the authorship nature or purpose of the source and applied to. ascribe usefulness to material drawn from it, Source B is from a national newspaper intended to inform its readers about police measures being. taken so this suggests the case was seen to be of national significance. It is likely to reflect the attitudes of its readers who were probably middle and upper class It has a. patronising tone about the murder victims and implies that only women of a certain type were in. danger which may be unreliable, Knowledge of the historical context should be deployed to support inferences and or to assess the. usefulness of information Relevant points may include. Source B describes the problems of monitoring all the streets when people deliberately went into the. side alleys additional problems were caused by the fact that the population of Whitechapel included. immigrants who found it difficult to communicate with the police. The article describes the use of additional police which was true but this was more likely to have a. deterrent effect than to catch a criminal after a crime had been committed the lack of forensic. techniques and the rivalry between the Metropolitan police and the City of London Police hampered the. police investigation, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in History Sample Assessment Materials Mark Schemes 9.


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