Assessment Schedule – 2006 History: Examine individual or group identity in an historical setting, in an essay (90470)



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Assessment Schedule – 2006
History: Examine individual or group identity in an historical setting, in an essay (90470)

What factors contributed to the formation of a distinctive sense of identity that was expressed by a significant individual or group in one of the topics you have studied this year?

What were the characteristics of this identity, and what actions did this significant individual or group take to express their identity?


Evidence Statement


Achievement

Merit

Excellence

CONTENT 1

Some characteristics of a significant individual or group identity are identified and described within an historical setting.



Some characteristics of a significant individual or group identity are explained within an historical setting.

Some characteristics of a significant individual or group identity are comprehensively explained within an historical setting.

Characteristics of a distinctive sense of individual or group identity could include:

  • Particular beliefs, interests, ideas, attitudes, ways of behaving, values, goals of a significant individual or group

  • A sense of group cohesion or discipline

  • A strong leader who personifies or articulates the distinctive sense of identity of the selected group

  • An agreed strategy or method to achieve the goals of the group.

CONTENT 2

Some factors that have contributed to the formation of a significant individual or group identity are identified and described within an historical setting.



A range of factors that have contributed to the formation of a significant individual or group identity are explained within an historical setting.

A range of factors that have contributed to the formation of a significant individual or group identity are comprehensively explained within an historical setting.

Factors could include:

  • Heritage

  • Language

  • Culture

  • Gender

  • Ethnicity




  • Attitudes

  • Values

  • Shared experiences

  • Beliefs







CONTENT 3

Some ways in which a significant individual or group expressed its distinctive sense of identity within the historical setting are described.



Ways in which a significant individual or group expressed its distinctive sense of identity within the historical setting are explained.

Ways in which a significant individual or group expressed its distinctive sense of identity within the historical setting are

comprehensively explained.

Possible ways a significant individual or group could express its distinctive identity could include:

  • Acting / interacting / responding in particular ways or conveying particular messages in speeches or documents

  • Crystallising / promoting a sense of dissatisfaction/grievance

  • Using publicity / propaganda to express / promote his / her / its particular identity

  • Providing a means of expression of protest against a system of rule or cultural control

  • Fighting for or seizing political control to help establish the group’s identity.

Some possible individuals could include:



  • Ho Chi Minh

  • Gandhi

  • Kate Sheppard

  • Te Kooti

  • Hitler

  • Bismarck

  • Lenin

Some possible groups could include:



STRUCTURE
The historical information is organised in an essay format that includes:

  • an introduction

  • structured, sequenced paragraphs containing generalisations supported by evidence

  • a conclusion.



The historical information is organised in an essay format that includes:

  • an introduction

  • structured, sequenced paragraphs containing generalisations supported by evidence

  • a conclusion.

The historical information is organised in an effective essay format that includes:

  • an introduction that clearly states the focus of the essay

  • sequenced, structured paragraphs that contain a wide range of generalisations supported by accurate and relevant evidence

  • a reasoned conclusion.


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