Writing & Research
1. Multiple Accounts & Perspectives
A. Printed Sources
1. History books: Need to use more then one account.
a. Want multiple perspectives
B. Internet Sources
C. Primary & Secondary Sources
2. Analysis of Primary Sources: Need to be questioned & read closely
A. Identify & ask questions about the origin of the source.
1. Author’s motives & perspective
2. When source was created, for whom, & trustworthiness.
A. Making connections between historical eras
B. Locating events & sources in time & space & asking questions to do so.
a. Understand opinion, attitude, & commonly held norms of the time period
2. Particular event
C. Maps & timelines are awesome tools to help with this phase
5. Claim-Evidence Connection
A. Support historical claim with evidence
1. Historical arguments & stories must rest on evidence
a. Primary documents