Reading Like a Historian: Re-Assessing Reliability

Grades 9-12 / History / Sourcing
Lesson Objective
Evaluate reliability before, during, and after reading
Length
2 min
Questions to Consider
How do students' assessments of reliability change as they read?
What does Mr. Colglazier mean when he says "history is going to change with the more investigation that you do?"
How does Mr. Colglazier encourage sourcing as a habit rather than just a skill?

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Teaching Practice Reading Like a Historian: Re-Assessing Reliability

Grades 9-12 / History / Sourcing

Reading Like a Historian: Re-Assessing Reliability