When you're writing the People in History accounts in the exams, is it essential to be written in first person or third person? E.g my name is... I work in... Or can you write it in whatever view you wish?
Whatever view you wish, I think. I've done both in class tests and have never been docked marks for doing so :)
If it says write an account of a named renaissance artist for example you write it in third person. If it says write an account of a lord in a medieval castle you write it as if you were the lord ( 1st person ). Whenever of a named ....... is written there you write it in the third person.
It doesn't really matter. The important thing to get marks is giving information about the topic