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History Day Introduction

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Martin Marrin

on 25 May 2013

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History Day, it's aMazing! What is History Day? Why History Day? 2014 Theme: Rights and Responsibilities In History Right(s):
someone that is due to anyone by just claim, legal guarantees, moral principles
anything in accord with principles of justice
that which one has a legal or social claim to do or to exact
the state, fact or quality of being responsible
a particular burden or obligation upon one who is responsible
a social course that binds one to the course(s)s of action demanded by that force Exhibits Performance dramatic portrayal
10 minute Documentaries What are Primary and Secondary Sources? National History Day in Minnesota Students work alone or
in groups to create one of the following
Research Paper
Website Students become historians GAP
Gather and Analyze Resources
Present final analysis Websites Advice to
DLS students inse 1,200 own words
100 MB 500 own words
6' x 40'' maximum Project Focused on Annual Theme Don't Forget Your Thesis Primary: directly related to time period
Secondary: typically an interpretation based on PS Resources: Minnesota Historical Society
National History Day
DLS History Day
Weebly National History Day
http://www.nhd.org/ Minnesota History Day:
http://education.mnhs.org/historyday/ DeLaSalle History Day: https://sites.google.com/a/apps.delasalle.com/mmarrin/history-day Weebly:
http://nhd.weebly.com/ Five P's:
Period of Time
Parallel to theme
Proof Thesis = Topic + Theme + Impact (Significance) Find a topic or time period you LOVE
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