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How To Study History StAIR


How To Study History StAIR

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Primary and Secondary sources are explained.  Stand Alone Instruction Resouce includes quiz questions throughout  and assessment at the end.  
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Technical Format: PowerPoint
Date Added to MERLOT: April 21, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 28, 2013
Submitter: Lauren Stark


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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
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Language: English
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Avatar for Bob Poelking
3 years ago

Bob Poelking (Faculty)

A wonderful, comprehensive look that not only establishes expectations, but also teaches valuable historical analysis skills. 

Contains great examples for every point it makes, visually appealing (especially the portion dealing with source analysis).

Content rich presentation, that does not talk down to readers and allows multiple opportunites to test comprehension.

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Functional, fluid, Kiosk-style PowerPoint. highly recommended for students learning about the first tier of historical analyisis in either middle school or high school.

Avatar for Rob White
3 years ago

Rob White (Administrator)

Great information on how to study history.  The video in the presentation is clear and will help the students.

Avatar for Leonard Poage
3 years ago

Leonard Poage (Teacher (K-12))

I really link this StAIR! The infusion of the various media along with an explanation is very useful! The varied formats used for practice were also great! Additionally how to study is a VERY valuable and often overlooked skill set which needs to be taught! A change I would suggect is possibly a google doc or something where the students can turn in the assignments online so the StAIR's not completely tied to the classroom and the students have the ability to do this outside of class.

Time spent reviewing site: Between 10 and 20 minutes