Assessment Schedule – 2013 History: Analyse evidence relating to an historical event of significance to New Zealanders (91436)



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Assessment Schedule – 2013

History: Analyse evidence relating to an historical event of significance to New Zealanders (91436)

Evidence Statement




Question One

N1

N2

A3

A4

M5

M6

E7

E8


ONE cause OR effect is referred to, with no supporting explanation provided.

ONE cause is referred to, with no relevant supporting evidence provided.


More than one possible cause described, with reference to source material:

  • Use of animal fat to lubricate cartridge casings.

  • Frustration of Indian soldiers at lack of promotion.

  • Anti-foreign sentiments – non-believers (infidels) should not be allowed to remain in India.

More than one possible cause described, with specific reference to source material.


More than one cause is explained in some detail, with specific reference to source material.


More than one possible cause is explained in detail, with specific reference to source material.


A detailed and perceptive explanation of more than one cause is given. Candidates could refer to short-term causes (the use of animal fat to lubricate the cartridges), and long-term causes (the notion of a religious war and / or a war of independence).

A comprehensive and insightful explanation of more than one cause is given.





AND / OR

ONE effect is referred to with no relevant supporting evidence.



Only ONE Cause AND / OR Effect is described, with little to no reference to supporting evidence.

AND

More than one possible consequence / effect described with reference to source material:



  • Death of British soldiers / civilians / Indians.

  • Destruction of cities / villages / crops.

  • Debt.

  • Widespread revulsion in Britain.

  • A desire for vengeance.

  • East India Company loses control of political power.

  • Reorganisation of the army.

  • Attempts to recognise and reward loyal Indians.

AND

More than one possible effect described, with specific reference to source material.



These answers may be limited to A4 by only describing – not straying from the how / what into the why.

OR

ONE cause and ONE effect explained in some detail, with specific reference to source material.



AND

More than one effect is explained in some detail with specific reference to source material.



Explanation improves on description by providing reasons / justification – the why as well as the what.

AND / OR

More than one possible effects are explained in detail with specific reference to source material.



AND

A detailed and perceptive explanation of more than one effect is given.

Candidates could refer to short-term effects (death / destruction / a desire for revenge), and long-term effects (the transfer of political power from a commercial entity – the East India Company – to the British Government).

E7s and E8s should categorise / classify sources.



AND

A comprehensive and insightful explanation of more than one effect is given.



Comprehensive means covering all or nearly all of the causes and effects.

Insightful could be:

  • Making connections between causes and effects.

  • Making connections to other historical ideas or concepts.

Example:

The British belief was one of their cultural superiority – equating to a notion of Indians as inferior. It was this view which influenced them to implement laws or ideas (such as animal fat lubricant) that disregarded Indians’ beliefs.

N0= No response; no relevant evidence.


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