Remember: a four mark question requires four simple, descriptive points



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Four Mark Questions

Remember: a four mark question requires four simple, descriptive points.



Year

Question

2009 (Legacy paper)

What methods did the League of Nations plan to use to prevent future wars? [4]

2010 (Legacy Paper)

In what ways did the League of Nations aim to deal with disputes between countries? [4]

Specimen Paper

What were the main aims of the League of Nations? [4]

January 2010

What were the aims of the League of Nations? [4]

June 2010

Describe the organisation of the League of Nations [4]

January 2011

Describe how the League of Nations tried to improve living and working conditions around the world in the 1920s [4]

June 2012

What were the successes of the League of Nations in the 1920s [4]

January 2013

What methods were available to the League of Nations to encourage international co-operation [4]

June 2014

What actions could the League of Nations take to solve international disputes? [4]

Six Mark Questions

Remember: a six mark question requires two reasons why something happens, with development.



2009 (Legacy Paper)

Explain why the structure of the League of Nations made it weak. [6]

2010 (Legacy Paper)

Explain why the League had some successes in the 1920s. [6]

Specimen Paper

Why did the League of Nations achieve some successes in the 1920s? Explain your answer. [6]

January 2010

Explain why the League was able to achieve some successes in the 1920s in dealing with international disputes. [6]

June 2010

Explain why the League set up agencies and commissions [6]

January 2011

Explain why membership of the League of Nations was a problem [6]

June 2012

Explain why the League was successful in the 1920s [6]

June 2012

Explain why Italy and Japan were an increasing threat to world peace in the 1930s. [6]

January 2013

Explain why some major powers did not join the League of Nations. [6]

June 2013

Explain why Wilson wanted a League of Nations. [6]

June 2014

Explain why Mussolini invaded Abyssinia in 1935? [6]

Eight mark questions

These are the questions you get underneath your source question (question 1b). Like a six mark, it needs at least two developed reasons, but it looks for a more detailed response than a six, and it is often a good idea to provide a third reason.



June 2011

Explain why the League of Nations was a failure in Abyssinia in 1935-36. [8]

January 2012

Explain why the League of Nations was unsuccessful in dealing with the Manchurian Crisis. [8]

Ten mark questions

Remember: you need a balanced response that considers both sides of the question and provide a conclusion. Don’t sit on the fence! Make sure that you do assess the importance of one factor more than another.



2009 (Legacy Paper)

‘The Manchurian Crisis of 1931 was the main cause of the failure of the League of Nations’. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]

2010 (Legacy Paper)

‘The failure of the League of Nations was mainly due to the Abyssinian crisis’. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer [10+ 6 SPaG]

Specimen Paper

How far can the failure of the League in the 1930s be blamed on the Great Depression? Explain your answer [10+ 6 SPaG]

January 2010

How far was the Great Depression responsible for the failure of the League? Explain your answer. [10]

June 2010

‘The Abyssinian Crisis destroyed the League of Nations’. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]

January 2011

How successful was the League of Nations in dealing with disputes in the 1920s and 1930s? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]

June 2012

How far was the organisation and structure of the League responsible for its failure in the 1930s? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]

January 2013

‘The Manchurian Crisis destroyed the League of Nations’. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]

June 2014

“In the 1930s, the League of Nations failed in Manchuria for the same reasons it failed in Abyssinia”. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. [10+ 6 SPaG]


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