WELCOME to MS CURRAN’S
CLASS
NationalNational
4 & 5 History4 & 5 History
How will the course be examined?How will the course be examined?
• 80 marks up for grabs:
– Question paper – 60 marks
– As...
The question paperThe question paper
• The question paper will have three sections:
– Migration and Empire: Scottish (20 m...
The Nat 5 AssignmentThe Nat 5 Assignment
• You will choose an appropriate historical
question.
• Collect relevant informat...
Migration and EmpireMigration and Empire
1830-19391830-1939
• We will study the causes and results of
the movement of popu...
The Making of Modern Britain,The Making of Modern Britain,
1880-19511880-1951
• We will study the creation of modernWe wil...
Red Flag: Lenin and the Russian Revolution,
1894–1921
• We will study the collapse of imperial RussiaWe will study the col...
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National 5 assessment pp

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  • 1. WELCOME to MS CURRAN’S CLASS NationalNational 4 & 5 History4 & 5 History
  • 2. How will the course be examined?How will the course be examined? • 80 marks up for grabs: – Question paper – 60 marks – Assignment – 20 marks • The course assessment will be graded A-D
  • 3. The question paperThe question paper • The question paper will have three sections: – Migration and Empire: Scottish (20 marks) – The Making of Modern Britain : British (20 marks) – The Russian Revolution: European & World (20 marks) • The question paper will be written & marked by the SQA. You will have 1 hour & 30 minutes to complete all 3 sections.
  • 4. The Nat 5 AssignmentThe Nat 5 Assignment • You will choose an appropriate historical question. • Collect relevant information from at least two sources & then use it to address the question. • Identify different perspectives & points of view. • Structure the knowledge acquired & present a reasoned conclusion which is supported by evidence. (20 marks)
  • 5. Migration and EmpireMigration and Empire 1830-19391830-1939 • We will study the causes and results of the movement of population into and away from Scotland. Specifically: – Immigration to Scotland, 1830s–1939 • Reasons for immigration of different groups and patterns of settlement – Experience of immigrants to Scotland, 1880s– 1939 • The experiences of the migrants - living conditions, employment. Scots and Irish: – Scottish emigration, 1830s–1939 – Experience of Scots abroad, 1830s–1939
  • 6. The Making of Modern Britain,The Making of Modern Britain, 1880-19511880-1951 • We will study the creation of modernWe will study the creation of modern Britain. Specifically:Britain. Specifically: – The problem of poverty in earlyThe problem of poverty in early Twentieth Century Britain.Twentieth Century Britain. • Self help, Booth & Rowntree, changing attitudes to poverty. – The Liberal Reforms 1906-14.The Liberal Reforms 1906-14. • What were the Liberal Reforms? & what impact did they have on British society. – The social impact of the Second World War. • How were attitudes to poverty altered? What was the governments reaction = Beveridge & the Five Giants. – Labour & the welfare state, 1945-51. • What changes did the Labour government implement & where they effective in further solving the problem of poverty.
  • 7. Red Flag: Lenin and the Russian Revolution, 1894–1921 • We will study the collapse of imperial RussiaWe will study the collapse of imperial Russia and the rise of communism. Specifically:and the rise of communism. Specifically: – Imperial RussiaImperial Russia • The royal family, the church, class division &The royal family, the church, class division & reasons for unrest.reasons for unrest. – 1905 Revolution1905 Revolution • Challenges to the Tsars power.Challenges to the Tsars power. – The February Revolution, 1917.The February Revolution, 1917. • Russia & the impact of WWI, Rasputin & theRussia & the impact of WWI, Rasputin & the revolution itself.revolution itself. – October Revolution, 1917.October Revolution, 1917. • The Bolshevik seizure of powerThe Bolshevik seizure of power,, the civil war, & thethe civil war, & the creation of the Soviet state.creation of the Soviet state.