I’m working on a History question and need guidance to help me study.
Historians love to review the works of other historians. Whenever a new history book is written, the historical profession selects experts in particular fields of studies to determine the value and contribution the new work will have on the academic discipline. Upon completion of the course’s reading, each student will be considered an expert and be required to read an academic article and submit a 3-page review (minimum). Students are encouraged to celebrate the author’s accomplishments, but also challenge anything that seems substandard. Style and creativity play a crucial role in the success of your review.
Primary sources are first-hand accounts written/produced during the time period.Examples of primary sources are: diaries, newspaper articles, court records, photographs, paintings, archaeological remains, and interviews from an eye witness of an event.
Secondary sources are second-hand accounts written/produced after the time period. Examples of secondary sources are: textbooks, academic journal articles, lectures, and documentaries.
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