May 31, 2022
A DBQ (Document Based Question) is a teacher-created packet of primary and secondary sources that illustrate various perspectives on an event or movement. Students construct an argumentative essay or answer a series of questions using…
By Cathy Rettberg in Teaching & LearningTags: dbq, document based question, historical research, history, primary sources, research, rubric, secondary sources, tertiary sources
April 9, 2019
A annotated bibliography for history research shows sourcing, contextualizing and corroborating, the thinking skills used by historians.
By Debbie Abilock in Teaching & LearningTags: annotated bibliography, CMOS, contextualizing, corroborating, disciplinary literacy, history, scholarship as a conversation, sourcing