Highlight the part of the question that tells you the role you have to play
How many sources must you use in an Options question?
Let's take a look at the Options question from 2015
2015 Past Paper
What type of support do you think the government should provide to help people pay for fuel bills? (1 answer)
Complete these starter sentences for the 2015 Options question
What kind of information do you get in Source 1? (1 answer)
What kind of information do you get in Source 2?
What kind of information do you get in Source 3? (1 answer)
Would you rather have the government pay your fuel bill for a year or have 10% of each bill for life?
- Have the government pay my fuel bill for a year
- Have 10% of each bill for life
Which option would you choose?
- Option 1 - Spend more on the WFP
- Option 2 - Spend more on the Warm Front grant
Let's start finding evidence in the sources to support the option we have chosen
Back to 2015!
In Source one, is there a piece of evidence to support the option we have chosen? Type it as your answer.
Is there a piece of evidence in one of the other sources to support the evidence from source one. Type it as your answer and include the source it came from.
Have we managed to match up the evidence? What made you choose that piece of evidence? Did you use keywords?
What do we think?
Make sure you have paper copy of the question You will need some highlighters or coloured pens of some kind We will work through the question as a class and create our first answer to an Options question.
Time to put this all into action