How to Study for a History Exam
Here is an outline of how I used to study for exams (ok, ideally). If you are not sure
where to begin in studying for the exam, these tips may help.
Use books! They are good for you.
Make a story!
- Consult themes and quest
Here is a great place to start your paper, not halfway down the page. In this first paragraph you can give context for your argument. If you are unsure on how to begin a paper, perhaps briefly describe the event and document
DUE IN CLASS APRIL 19
In this essay (6-8 pages), students will analyze the newspaper coverage of a selected historical
event. Students will choose 2 newspapers, which will provide contrasting opinions on how the
event unfolded an
TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL CLASS PARTICIPATION
Come to both lecture and discussion section. Discussion section is mandatory for
HIST 112. It will be very difficult to succeed in this class with sporadic attendance.
History survey courses are not inherently di
Research Paper 112 Due Date : April 19 th !
Findi ng Digi tized Newspa pers:
For electronic newspapers:
3. Go to article databases, select all categories, select newspapers, and select find newspapers:
Film response form
Please consider these questions when watching the films and writing your 1-2 page
reaction. These questions are a guide, but feel free to discuss any other issues that may
relate to this film.
Name of Film _ Release Date _
HISTORY OF AMERICA, 1865 TO THE PRESENT
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