Perspectives: People think differently and have valid but differing views on the same event.
- American Revolution: fought from the people’s perspective
- Magna Carta: perspective from the people and Barons
- Divine Right of Kings: perspective of the\monarchy.
Primary Source: From the time of he actual event. Example: Letters, artifacts
Secondary Source: Not from the time of the event. Example: Textbooks, blog.
National Identity: how the nation’s identity reflects on and is represented by the people of the nation.
Economic Inequality: The difference between the wealthy and the poor of a society.
Supporting your argument: Using facts to support your opinion.
Bias: a twisted view that is difficult to support with facts.
Cause and Consequence: learning how events are connected may assist in preventing them.
Compare and Contrast: finding the difference and similarities between two topics.
Social Activism: International action with the goal of bringing about social change.
Learning the negatives and positives repercussions of events.
Project Based Learning: learning method which student learns in self directed method and can present information in any format they wish.