Vanessia Wilkins's Mini-Course
Overview and Purpose
Reading Like a Historian curriculum turns students into historical investigators. The purpose of the lessons are to help students recognize skills of historical inquiry they already practice everyday, such as reconciling conflicting claims and evaluating the reliability of narrative accounts. By using real-life situations, students are challenged to apply these skills while reading which will prepare them to do inquiry using primary and secondary sources.
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