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Why was Ireland partioned in 1920-21?

Why was Ireland partioned in 1920-21?

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This stuy unit - for GCSE coursework - provides a framwork for students in English secondary schools to investigate the different reasons behind the decision to partition
Ireland in 1920-21.
This stuy unit - for GCSE coursework - provides a framwork for students in English secondary schools to investigate the different reasons behind the decision to partition
Ireland in 1920-21.

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Ulster
and Northern Ireland, 1921
The symbols on each county show the proportion of Catholics to Protestants
Nationalism and Unionism
by Brennan, E. & Gillespie, S., CUP, 0-52146-605-9, p. 74
Conflict in IrelandYear 11Coursework unit A01
Why was Ireland partitioned in 1921?
By
Richard Bailey
Ansford Community SchoolCastle Carey
 
 Bailey, Partition of Ireland, 2
Mark scheme
Question 1
Use the source material and your own knowledge to describe how the Easter Rising of 1916 was crushed by theBritish
(10 marks)
Level 1Shows a basic understanding of how the Rising was crushed and makes simple statements that describesequence of events
(1-3 marks)
Level 2Simple, accurate description of the crushing of the Rising, showing good understanding
(4-7 marks)
Level 3A logical, clear and coherent account with well-selected supporting knowledge
(8-10 marks)
Question 2
What effects did the Easter Rising and the Sinn Fein Election victory of 1918 have on the decision to partitionIreland?
(15 marks)
Level 1Makes simple statements showing basic comprehension of effects of Easter Rising and Election
(1-5 marks)
Level 2Simple explanation in generally clear and structured form, showing understanding
(6-8 marks)
Level 3Logical and coherent explanation showing how events inter-related, expressed with confidentunderstanding
(9-13 marks)
Level 4A logical and sustained discussion showing real understanding of the topic, with precisely-selectedknowledge
(14-15 marks)
Question 3
How did the events of 1918-21 lead to the Anglo-Irish Treaty?
(10 marks)
Level 1Simple narrative showing understanding of sequence of events, with at least one link to the Treaty
(1-3 marks)
Level 2Simple explanation in clear and structured form
(4-7 marks)
Level 3Logical and coherent explanation with good selection of knowledge to show understanding
(8-10 marks)
Question 4
Look at the main clauses of the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Explain how each of the following would have reacted to it:(a) a Nationalist supporter of the Treaty; (b) a Nationalist opponent of the Treaty
(15 marks)
Level 1Can produce at least one reaction per group, simply expressed but without explanation
(1-4 marks)
Level 2Produces at least one reason for all groups with some simple explanation of their motives
(5-8 marks)
Level 3Logical and coherent explanation of a variety of reactions, with clear understanding of why differentgroups had different attitudes
(9-12 marks)
Level 4Logical and sustained discussion of factors, with some analysis of their significance e.g. sees effects of De Valera’s attitude
(13-15 marks)
 
 Bailey, Partition of Ireland, 3
Key question
Why was Ireland partitioned in 1921?
In this piece of coursework you are going to investigate the different reasons behind the decision to partitionIreland in 1921. You will use some source material as well as your own investigations to answer a series of questions that will show your overall understanding of the Key question.
The questions
1.Using the source material and your own investigations, explain how the Easter Rising of 1916 was crushed bythe British.(10 marks)2.What effects might the Easter Rising and the Sinn Fein election victory of 1918 have had on the decision topartition Ireland? Use the sources and your own investigation.(15 marks)3. How did the events of 1918-21 lead to the Anglo-Irish Treaty? Use the sources and your own investigation.(10 marks)4.Look at the main clauses of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in the source booklet. Explain the attitude of the followingto the Treaty:a) A nationalist supporter of the Treatyb) A nationalist opponent of the Treaty(15 marks)

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