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As Archaeology Specification

As Archaeology Specification

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Summary booklet for S6 crash course in AS Archaeology, based on AQA specification
Summary booklet for S6 crash course in AS Archaeology, based on AQA specification

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Hutchesons’ Grammar School AS Level Archaeology 2012
-2013/JMcD/August 2012
Hutchesons’ Grammar School
 
GCE
Advanced Subsidiary Level
ARCHAEOLOGY
Course Outline
 2012-2013
 
Hutchesons’ Grammar School AS Level Archaeology 2012
-2013/JMcD/August 2012
 AQA is the leading provider of GCSEs and A-levels. Their qualifications are used in mostsecondary schools and colleges in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as someindependent schools in Scotland. (For more, see http://web.aqa.org.uk/index.php ) .
Course specification
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Hutchesons’ Grammar School AS Level Archaeology 2012
-2013/JMcD/August 2012
Course objectives
1.
 
An understanding of archaeological skills and methods, including
• the range of sources and techniques
used by archaeologists to investigate thearchaeological record
• how archaeological data is analysed and
interpreted.2.
 
A practical application of archaeological skills and methods, including
• abstraction, interpretation and translation
of archaeological material and data
• interaction with the archaeological recor
d through an individual archaeological enquiry
• effective communication, using
archaeological terminology and conventions.3.
 
Knowledge and understanding of:
• archaeological data
 
• strengths and weaknesses of 
archaeological interpretations
• key themes and ideas in world archaeology
 
• the nature of and factors affecting
continuity and change in the past.
What makes a good answer?
 
Examiners will look for the following aspects of an answer to determine grades
Grading
The AS qualification is graded on a five-point scale:
A, B, C, D
and
E
.

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