Yes, this is an acceptable approach. You can deliver a short taught course on a particular topic and then provide a list of questions for students to pick to do further research on. Students should still have the opportunity to devise their own titles though. OCR subject advisors are able to provide advice on questions – please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us before submitting titles through the service.
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- A Level History: what deadlines do I need to be aware of for submitting coursework?
- A Level History: Can my students base their coursework on one of the examined aspects of the course?
- A Level History: I’m worried whether a proposed title is suitable, what should I do?
- A Level History: How many sources and interpretations must my students use in their coursework?