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This internal standard is marked holistically and achieved with excellence. You could learn from my conclusion and refer to the excellence marking criteria to further develop conclusions to achieve more secure excellence. Nevertheless, I think all my other sections achieved strong excellencies. Content: Section 1: context - Based on the treaty of Waitangi Section 2A: perspectives - 7 perspectives (3 historians, 2 commentators, 2 participants) in relation to 'Why did the British offer the treaty to Māori?' Section 2B/C: evidence - Claudia Orange, Don Brash, Lord Normanby Section 3: Conclusion - Analyse the similarities and the differences between the various perspectives to draw conclusions about which perspective(s), from the historian’s point of view, has the most validity. Support your views with specific and detailed evidence. All sources are provided for all evidence.

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