GCSE Paper 2 & Controlled Assessment

Revision support for the exams on 6 December (Paper 1) and 9 December (Paper 2)

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This course provides examples of specimen questions and some answers to assist with your last minute preparations, it also provides for your revision booklets, quizzes and podcasts in a one-stop shop.
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This is for the AQA GCSE Modern World History Examination Paper 2 Examination (Code 40452).

The course involves the extension of US involvement in South East Asia in the 1960s and how American military prowess was humbled by the communist forces of North Vietnam and the Vietcong.

It is a compulsory part of Section B on Paper 2 to be taken in the summer of 2011. The title of this topic is:The USA and Vietnam: Failure Abroad and at Home, 1964-1975 The main content is:
  • How did the USA become involved in Vietnam?
  • Why were US tactics unable to succeed against North Vietnam and the Vietcong?
  • How did the Vietnam war have an impact on US politics and society?
  • How were the USA able to pull out of Vietnam?

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This is for the AQA GCSE Modern World History Examination Paper 2 Examination (Code 40452).

The course involves the collapse of the Weimar Republic following the Great Depression and how the Nazis were able to establish and maintain a totalitarian dictatorship.

It is a compulsory part of Section B on Paper 2 to be taken in the summer Year 11. The main content is:
  • How and why Hitler was able to become Chancellor in January 1933
  • How did Hitler turn Germany from a democracy into a dictatorship
  • How was Hitler able to reinforce the Nazi dictatorship
  • To what extent were the German people able to benefit from Nazi rule?
  • How did the war impact on the lives of German people?
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This is for the AQA GCSE Modern World History Examination Paper 2 Examination (Code 40452).

The course involves the development of the Weimar Republic up to 1929.

It is a compulsory part of Section A on Paper 2 to be taken in the summer of 2011. The main content is:
  • The origins of the Weimar Republic
  • Early Challenges to the Weimar Republic
  • Recovery of the Weimar Republic under Stresemann
  • The development of the Nazi Party up to 1929
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