Knowledge & understanding:
- deploy relevant factual evidence and descriptive material to support the argument, with scope to display originality and imagination in the interpretation of this evidence;
- show good command of the historical, and historiographical issues under discussion;
- compile, edit and present information in the format of a report;
- show accurate referencing skills and draw on a range of references (i.e. more than one source where possible and appropriate for each point made)
- demonstrate a clear logical structure to your writing and argument, so that the reader can follow your argument throughout the text;
- make careful and appropriate use of quotes, examples or data to support the claims that you are making;
- make appropriate connections between the organisation discussed and its wider significance in the history and historiography of youth;
Research and enquiry
- undertake independent research;
- critically evaluate and reflect on the nature of the evidence under consideration.
Suggested report structure
You may wish to follow the structure below for your report, but please note this is not prescriptive – there is supposed to be room for creativity and originality here! It is up to you how long each section will be.
Introduction – key factual information about your chosen organisation, dates, details of founders, how many young people involved, does it still exist today?
Historical background – why was this organisation formed/founded at this point? What was the wider social, economic and political context?
Aims/objectives – Whatwere / arethe primary goals of this organisation/movement? Was there a key individual who founded it?
Activities – How did the organisation attempt to achieve these goals? How successful was it? What, if anything, changed over time?
Response – What do you know about the young people involved in the organisation and what they got out of participation?
Evaluation – what is the significance of this organisation or movement for the history of youth? What are the main historiographical debates about this organisation or movement?
Conclusion – why this organisation is of interest to historians of youth? What is the legacy of this organisation today?
References: List all the sources used including primary and secondary sources, websites, blogs etc.
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