Yr 12 Modern History Assessment Task 2 Notification
You will conduct a research component on the Soviet Foreign Policy section of the syllabus outline for this topic. You must include historiography in your essay. You will complete your research and then write a response to an unseen essay question on this research in Assess Week. In your research you must include:
2. The role of ideology in Soviet foreign policy 1917-1941
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As you start to revise for an examination, it is always important to start with what the syllabus says is the focus of the topic. In the case of the National Studies, the syllabus states that the content focus is:
The Historical concepts and skills content is to be integrated as appropriate.
It is important that you understand who the significant individuals are in your national study, and what makes them significant for that nation. It is always important to remember that individuals don't just appear in history. They are the product of influences and a historical environment, they affect others, and they create a legacy. These factors must all be considered when investigating individuals in Modern History. Similarly, developments occur for a reason. Consider the vital historical concepts of cause and effect and continuity and change, and think about how they can help you understand the significance of the developments for the nation.
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