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The highlighted parts of the question refer to the areas where points are awarded in the marking scheme below.


Q1 A B C D E


Discussion of statement and two named artefacts from this period


Description and discussion of named artefact one under form, function, materials used and decorative techniques


Description and discussion of named artefact two under form, function, materials used and decorative techniques


Briefly describe and discuss where and how Bronze Age people acquired the metals needed


Sketches Total


Most questions at Higher Level begin with an opening statement and/or an illustration. This introduces the subject of the question and often offers an opinion for you to react to.


* Describe and discuss are the words most frequently used to open the question.


They often carry a lot of the marks – 25 marks in this question.


* Name is another word you will often see. There are usually marks on offer with it – just


5 in this question, but often more.


* The word ‘and’ in bold letters separates a second element of the question. This second


part can carry up to 15 marks – in this question it is 10 marks.


* Sketches carry 10 marks when there is no illustration (as in this question), 5 marks when


there is one. Marks Notes 10 10 10 10 10 50 Ordinary Level


In the European section of the Ordinary Level paper, questions are usually divided into part (a) and (b). Part (a) usually carries more marks.


Q10. Moses by Michelangelo (1475–1564) is illustrated on the accompanying sheet. Answer (a) and (b).


(a) Describe and discuss this sculpture under the following headings:


• Composition/form • Technique and use of materials • Treatment of the human figure


(b) Name and briefly describe and discuss one other work by Michelangelo.


Illustrate your answer.


2 examples and information


5 for discussion of statement, 3/2 names


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