Student resources

US History Notes and resources

Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement

https://www.perplexity.ai/page/Martin-Luther-King-zrATMrDzRyawcw9m6A7aug

The Moon Landing

https://www.perplexity.ai/page/The-1969-Moon-phBuyb_HSoKb.uU1mkM2Ug

Lyndon Johnson and the Vietnam War

https://www.perplexity.ai/page/Lyndon-Johnson-and-TnxBq2pbTl2c3HSzmhz42g

 

 

A Comparative Standard Booklet is a collection of essays that are categorised according to various levels of achievement. It typically includes samples of high-scoring essays (such as H1 level) alongside those of lower-scoring tiers. Check out this example. 

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/8c96otsnyllqgzwfd2g7n/Sample-CBS-Booklet.pdf?rlkey=jbijnncol3oft5gu2i32jjbja&dl=

More will be available in my forthcoming LC History CPD.

What LC Examiners are looking for in the RSR!

I’m making available a copy of my updated RSR extended essay rubric. This version is based on my experience of correcting this year’s LC exam. It really emphasises the importance of conveying research skills to an examiner. 

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/4v5fkmwq34gk2xsg7dnmv/RSR-Rubric-2022.docx?dl=0&rlkey=lakm9u9cgbjlljq0h7bcnff07