FRONT PAGE OF YOUR RESEARCH:

Title: A Social Issue in Tudor Stuart England

Student's Name: ___
My Inquiry Proposal or Blurb describing what is to be researched and why:

This will explain what you began reading about with regard to targeting an area and focussing questions for your research into a social issue in Tudor Stuart England.

It will state what has drawn you to this particular area of Tudor Stuart England and why you have CHOSEN YOUR FOCUS QUESTIONS. Please state clearly what these are. "I arrived at the following focus questions for research because .... " Remember that you have been reading about the topic in order to arrive at PERCEPTIVE FOCUSING QUESTIONS THAT SHOW THAT YOU KNOW/ARE FAMILIAR WITH YOUR TOPIC ALREADY.

This Inquiry Proposal will also EXPLAIN WHAT IT IS THAT YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE INVESTIGATING IN YOUR AREA OF INTEREST. This shows an examiner that you have created SPECIFIC areas for research and not made your focus questions too big.

My Focus Questions Are:

Focus Question One : Highlighter Colour to match this is: mark highlighter here


Focus Question Two: Highlighter Colour to match this is: _ mark highlighter here _


Focus Question Three: Highlighter colour to match this is: _ mark highlighter here _


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The reason why you need to highlighters is so that when you go through your note taking from books or documentaries, your photocopied pages or printed web pages, you indicate the sentences that answers one of your focusing questions. You then write beside this HOW THIS ANSWERS THIS PARTICULAR FOCUS QUESTION what does it explain to you.These notes are called ANNOTATIONS and they show that you understand the links to your answer from the information you are reading.

All of your highlighted and annotated material is kept in a folder or clear file so that I can view it.
Internal Assessment Resource
Subject Reference: History 3.1

Internal assessment resource reference number: Hist/3/1_D5


A Social Issue in Tudor-Stuart England


Supports internal assessment for:

Achievement Standard 90654 v2

Plan and carry out independent historical research

Credits: 4



Student Instructions Sheet


ASSESSMENT CONDITIONS

In-class / out of class time allowed: 3 weeks of class time

Due date for completion of the activity: week four of term 2 2012

In this activity you must:

· Define an area for historical research and formulate significant and perceptive focusing questions

· Plan the research, in comprehensive detail

· Demonstrate initiative to select and record relevant and important historical evidence from a range of sources and organise it in accordance with the focusing questions

· Record details of the sources accurately

· Evaluate the effectiveness of the research process from the historian’s perspective



SITUATION/context which supports the Communication Achievement Standard which follows in term 2.

The aim of this activity is to research an aspect of Tudor-Stuart England society.


FRONT PAGE OF YOUR RESEARCH:

Title: A Social Issue in Tudor Stuart England

Student's Name: _


Inquiry Proposal or Blurb describing what is to be researched and why:

This will explain what you began reading about with regard to targeting an area and focussing questions for your research into a social issue in Tudor Stuart England.

It will state what has drawn you to this particular area of Tudor Stuart England and why you have CHOSEN YOUR FOCUS QUESTIONS. Please state clearly what these are. "I arrived at the following focus questions for research because .... " Remember that you have been reading about the topic in order to arrive at PERCEPTIVE FOCUSING QUESTIONS THAT SHOW THAT YOU KNOW/ARE FAMILIAR WITH YOUR TOPIC ALREADY.

This Inquiry Proposal will also EXPLAIN WHAT IT IS THAT YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE INVESTIGATING IN YOUR AREA OF INTEREST. This shows an examiner that you have created SPECIFIC areas for research and not made your focus questions too big.

My Focus Questions Are:

Focus Question One : Highlighter Colour to match this is: mark highlighter here


Focus Question Two: Highlighter Colour to match this is: _ mark highlighter here _


Focus Question Three: Highlighter colour to match this is: _ mark highlighter here _