in (London) : Historical Association .
Written in English
Also contains: Guide to illustrative material for use in teaching history: Supplement: Transparencies.
|Statement||compiled by Gwyneth A. Williams.|
|Series||Helps for students of history -- no. 65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||94|
Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research serves as an excellent guide for teaching the research process. It takes the learner through the process of academic research and writing in an easy to understand manner. As an educator in a community college setting, I am working with students who are new to the research process/5(43). One Use of Sources in the Teaching of History. Source: and the kind of training a careful teacher can impart through it and the advantage it offers over the exclusive use of secondary material." Instead of answering the whole question and treating all the uses of the source book, it seemed wise to treat but one, the most characteristic use. This book, part of the Touchstones to Local History project of Russell Sage College, is designed for social studies teachers seeking to incorporate local history in their social studies curricula by utilizing local history materials. Ten forms of historical materials are reviewed in terms of their classroom use: published resources, personal papers, business records, organizational Cited by: 1. By reading this book, I guarantee you will come away with teaching techniques and classroom management skills that you can use today. Your own teaching will be refreshed and exciting again! Major take-aways from this book: Use power point slides sparingly and rely on images and video rather than too many bullets and sub-bullets/5().
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