The questions we set for this exam are suitably generic so that they will work with any chosen site. They are created by combining two or more of the criteria on page 17 of the specification. Past and practice papers will give a good indication of how this works.
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- GCSE History B: How much time should I give to each part of the course? How much depth should I go into?
- GCSE History: There seems to be less content in the History B specification – is that the case? How will I know what to teach?
- GCSE History B: Is there a ‘best’ type of site to study?
- GCSE History B: With centres able to pick their own sites, how do you set questions?
- GCSE History B: How do I plan the teaching of History Around Us? What support is available?
- GCSE History B: Do I have to do a site visit?
- GCSE History B: How will examiners be able to mark my centre’s History Around Us answers if they don’t know anything about the site I’ve taught?
- GCSE History B: I want to change my site, what do I have to do?
- GCSE History B: I’m not sure if my site is suitable, what should I do?