Think Like a Historian. We all want our students to enjoy learning about the past, right?. Sometimes students have a hard time getting past the one-word questions; Who? What? When? Where? Why?
This is a one-page resource that your students could tape to the inside of their history notebook or folder to reference when researching or learning about a topic in history.
Some of the questions included:
-What caused this to happen?
-What was the effect of this?
-What like this happened before?
-What like this has happened since?
-What types of groups were affected?
-How long was the impact of this felt?
-How did people benefit from this?
-How were people harmed by this?
-Were there any legal consequences because of this?
-How would this be dealt with today?
-What will people say about this in 100 years?
-How have people changed because of this?
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