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Key Stage 4 History
KS4 the study of History at MIS will continue to build on the skills developed
student will look at some of the major international issues of the nineteenth
and twentieth centuries as well as studying some societies in depth. It will
help to develop understanding of different societies, how they have developed
over time and help you to gain a global perspective.
student will develop knowledge and understanding but also build on valuable
skills required for historical research.
will help to develop an understanding of the nature of cause and effect, continuity
and change and similarity and difference.
will develop the skills of research, investigating and questioning pieces of
evidence to reach a balanced argument. They will learn to produce balanced
arguments and reach a judgement.
History will stimulate any student already interested in the past, providing a
basis for future study, and also encouraging a lifelong interest in the
will develop a variety of skills that are transferable to a wide range of
careers in a subject that is highly regarded by universities and employers
alike. History at GCSE Level is not just a list of facts; you will learn how to
discuss arguments from different points of view. You will learn to analyse sources, to
evaluate evidence, to examine motives, to detect bias, to construct arguments
supported by relevant evidence, and to make balanced judgements about people
and their actions. You will learn not just to understand, but also to explain
and persuade. Such skills are invaluable for any educated person, and they are
particularly relevant for anyone considering a career in law, the civil or
diplomatic services, management, journalism or politics.
MIS the IGCSE History course is from the Cambridge board.
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