It is important that you understand the mark scheme, because this is what teachers are looking at to judge your work. I want you to focus on how you can get the top marks for each question.
- Identify and interpret explicit and implicit information and ideas
- Select and synthesise evidence from different texts
- You highlight your source to locate possible answers that correspond with the statements
- On your source sheet, write down the letter of the four statements you believe to be true.
Make sure you are certain – get it right the first time!
- Once you are certain, shade in the four circles that you believe are the correct answers.
- Leave a circle untouched until you are completely certain.
We all make mistakes:
- If you realise that you have shaded the wrong circle, cross out the whole box.
- If you change your mind and decide that you want a crossed box, draw a circle around the box to indicate that you want this to be your answer.
- How many true statements must you find?
- Your answer should include: 4 / Four
- What should you do, before shading any circles?
- Your answer should include: Read / Highlight / Write / Letters
- What should you do if you make a mistake?
- Your answer should include: Cross / Out / Box