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Unit 3- Question 1 - Inference Booklet

Unit 3- Question 1 - Inference Booklet

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Unit 3: War and Transformation of British Society
Guidance on how to answer Unit 3 questions
Unit 3: War and Transformation of British Society
Guidance on how to answer Unit 3 questions

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GCSEHistoryUnit3ExamPracticeBookletQuestion1:Inference
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The Jarrow Crusade was one of four hunger marches to London in 1936.They were: the National Hunger March, the Jarrow Crusade, the NationalLeague of the Blind march and the Scottish veterans’ march. They passedthrough the same towns and sometimes crossed paths. They wereignored in the same way by the government and were all carefullywatched by the police.
Unemploymentmusthavebeena
seriousproblem
becausethesourcesaystherewere
four 
different
hungermarches
.Thatsuggests
 peoplehadnomoneyforfood 
becausetheywerenotworking–andthenumberofmarchessuggests
alotofunemployment 
 
Peoplewentonhungermarches
Makinginferencesfromsources
Whenyoureadorlookatasourceandyouunderstanditscontent,you‘comprehend’thatsource.Whenyoumakeajudgementfromwhatthesourcesaysorshows,youare‘makinganinference’.Letuslookatasourcetoseewhatthatmeans.
SourceA:FromabookabouttheJarrowCrusade,writtenbyahistorianin2005.
Intheexamination,thesortofquestionyoumightbeaskedwouldbe:
‘Whatcanyoulearnfromthissourceaboutunemploymentin1936?’
Youcouldanswerbysaying:Thisistrue,butitdoesn’ttakemuchworkingout,doesit?Itisn’taninferenceeither,becausethatisexactlywhatthesourcesays.Anexampleofaninferenceaboutunemploymentwouldbe:Canyouseethedifference?

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