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National History Day Rights & Responsibilities in History. Mrs. Weaver – Advanced U.S. History 2013-14. Important Information…. What is NHD?. When is NHD?. Begins in September / October w/ surveys, topic research, development of ideas.

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National history day rights responsibilities in history

National History DayRights & Responsibilities in History

Mrs. Weaver – Advanced U.S. History

2013-14


Important information

Important Information…

What is NHD?

When is NHD?

Begins in September / October w/ surveys, topic research, development of ideas.

Ends in March w/ presentations and possibly entry in NHD competition.

  • An opportunity for teachers and students to engage in historical research.

  • Allows you to study a wide variety of historical issues, ideas, people, and events of your own interest.

  • Practice critical inquiry: asking questions of significance, time, and place.


Why nhd

Why NHD?

  • Fulfills research requirement as part of the curriculum.

  • Develops historical research skills necessary to be successful in class.

  • Prepare you for Middle School Assessment and other research assignments.

  • Teach you how to be a historian.


2013 2014 nhd theme

2013-2014 NHD Theme

  • Rights and Responsibilities in History


Understanding this year s theme

Understanding this year’s theme

  • Rights – What is owed to people

  • Responsibilities – What people owe

  • “In History”

    • Topics should have a historical relationship

    • NOT a current event

  • Important Info

    • You do not need to give “rights” and “responsibilities” equal weight in your research / project.

    • The best work will show the relationship between “rights” and “responsibilities”


Asking good questions

Asking Good Questions

  • How did the acquisition of a right result from responsibilities?

  • How did responsibilities affect the giving or taking of rights?

  • How can responsibilities come into conflict with rights?

  • What happens when rights or responsibilities are ignored or denied?

  • You should be asking yourself (your group) these types of questions as you explore your topic so that you are sure it connects well to the theme


National history day rights responsibilities in history

Topic Possibilities: For possible topics this year: Remember, these are just ideas, you can come up with your own topic1) go to the class homepage2) There is a tab on the homepage titled National History Day. Click on it. 3) Open the PDF file titled “2013-14 Sample Topics”


Nhd timeline

NHD Timeline


Steps involved the process

Steps Involved – The Process


Sources

Sources

Primary

Secondary

Secondary Source- authors develop their interpretations using primary sources

Examples: reference books, periodicals, history textbooks, journal articles

  • Primary Source – first hand account of an event

    • Examples: letters, diaries, songs, photographs, court proceedings, census data, newspapers, magazines, oral history interviews

Secondary = Garry Wills' book Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America

Primary = Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address”


Conducting research

Conducting Research

  • Good Places to Start:

  • Note – There will be school time that is built in for research and work (but you will need to work at home as well)

  • Unami Books

  • Unami Library Databases (http://www1.cbsd.org/schools/unami/departments/library/Pages/Databases.aspx)

    • Username – Unami/ Password – library

  • Custom Google Search (https://www.google.com/cse/publicurl?cx=012246121214822418979:t88eqrnfxyq)

  • Library of Congress (http://www.loc.gov/index.html)


Conducting research continued

Conducting Research (continued)

  • Other Internet Databases

    • Smithsonian – www.si.edu

    • History Channel – www.history.com

    • National Archives – www.ourdocuments.gov

    • World Digital Library – www.wdl.org

  • Local Historical Societies

  • Doylestown Library (http://www.buckslib.org/libraries/doylestown/)

  • Churches

  • Museums

  • Town Hall


Credibility and annotated bibliography

Credibility and Annotated Bibliography

  • You must be able to identify the following on a website to judge its credibility:

    • Who is the author? Are they credible?

    • Who was the intended audience?

    • Why did the author produce this piece?

    • Can you see if the article is biased?

  • An annotated bibliography has all of the bibliographic information as well as a short description of the source and then why it was important to your project.

    • Noodletools will be utilized


The five entry styles

The Five Entry Styles

1) Website

2) Documentary

  • Film and video presentation (10 minute maximum)

    3) Exhibit

  • Three panel display (500 word limit)

    4) Historical Paper

  • Must be between 1,500-2,500 words

    5) Performance

  • 10 minute maximum


Nhd project choices

NHD – Project choices

Documentary, Exhibit, Paper, Performance, Web Site


Historical documentary

Historical Documentary

Present information about an event, person, place or idea from the past through a ten minute presentation that showcases documents, images, photographs, and actual footage of the topic you are researching. 

http://www.nhd.org/CategoryDocumentary.htm


Historical exhibit

Historical Exhibit

Historical exhibition presents information about an event, person, place, or idea from the past by physically displaying documents, images, or objects.

http://www.nhd.org/CategoryExhibit.htm


Historical paper

Historical Paper

History papers present information and analyze an event, person, place or idea from the past in writing.

http://www.nhd.org/CategoryPaper.htm


Historical performance

Historical Performance

A performance is a live, dramatic presentation of your topic's significance in history.

http://www.nhd.org/CategoryPerformance.htm


Historical web site

Historical Web Site

A historical web site is a collection of web pages, interconnected with hyperlinks, that presents primary and secondary sources, interactive multimedia, and historical analysis.

http://www.nhd.org/CategoryWebsite.htm


Tips for the year

Tips for the year

Choose a topic that you have an interest in.

2) Keep up with checkpoints and deadlines.

3) Ask for guidance.

4) Use your library time wisely

5) Read up on your historical topic.

6) Don’t Stress! Do a little bit at a time and you’ll do great.


Questions

Questions

Rights and Responsibilities in History

National History Day


Good luck

Good Luck!

"I have learned there is always a different side to the story that's just under the surface that's waiting to be discovered, and that no opinion is not worth at least some level of consideration, no matter how outlandish it may seem.”

~ NHD participant

“Any fool can make history, but it takes a genius to write it.”~ Oscar Wilde


Top 10 reasons to participate in nhd

Top 10 Reasons to Participate in NHD

  • 1. Teaches History

  • Builds an understanding that history is not static and contains multiple perspectives

  • 2. Engages Students

  • Excites students by asking them to choose a topic and explore resources


Top 10 reasons to participate in nhd1

Top 10 Reasons to Participate in NHD

  • 3. Energizes the Curriculum

  • Provides a framework for hands-on, student-centered learning

  • 4. Promotes High Academic Standards

  • Assists teachers and schools in meeting educational standards by offering a portfolio-building and outcome-based activity


Top 10 reasons to participate in nhd2

Top 10 Reasons to Participate in NHD

  • 5. Encourages Literacy

  • Adjusts their reading for different types of print and non-print texts (including fiction and nonfiction, classic and contemporary works)

  • 6. Enhances Assessment

  • Provides a multilayered performance-based assessment tool


Top 10 reasons to participate in nhd3

Top 10 Reasons to Participate in NHD

  • 7. Teaches Critical Thinking

  • Promotes life skills, analytical skills, comparative perspectives and models of critical judgment—essential for work in any field

  • 8. Inspires Curiosity

  • Ignites student interest in learning about history by integrating social studies, art, sciences, literature, language, and music into their presentations


Top 10 reasons to participate in nhd4

Top 10 Reasons to Participate in NHD

  • 9. Recognizes the Student Strengths

  • Allows students to become experts

  • 10. Activates Civic Engagement

  • Encourages students to become involved in their communities


Being a historian nhd lessons

Being a Historian… NHD Lessons

Lesson # 1:

- Mr. Lincoln’s Pockets

Lesson # 2:

- Primary Source: Accounts of Weeks 1 & 2

Lesson # 3:

- Historical Survey: Where do your interests lie?

Lesson # 4:

- Asking the Right type of Questions

Lesson # 5:

- Primary vs. Secondary Sources


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