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Chapter 1 info not mentioned in the TCI presentation. Bell Ringer. What is Bias? How would describing Florida be different if: you were describing just Florida, or Florida as part of the USA? What is a spatial frame?. The Process of History Writing.

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Chapter 1 info not mentioned in the tci presentation

Chapter 1 info not mentioned in the TCI presentation


Bell ringer

Bell Ringer

  • What is Bias?

  • How would describing Florida be different if: you were describing just Florida, or Florida as part of the USA?

  • What is a spatial frame?


The process of history writing

The Process of History Writing

  • How did the ancient Silk Road trade route help spread religious ideas across Asia?

  • Gathering evidence that helps in making statements or drawing conclusions.

    • Document, book, journal

    • Artifact (something made by humans that reveals something about their lives)

    • Drawing

    • Music

    • Interviews with people


Primary vs secondary sources

Primary vs Secondary Sources

  • Primary Source: A document or record of past events produced by people who experienced those events or lived during the time.

  • Secondary Source: Documents created later, typically by scholars or experts.


Primary or secondary

Primary or Secondary?

1. An original Indian Tepee

2. A picture of you and your

friends at Disneyland

3. A historian article about Pearl Harbor from interviews of those actually there.

4. The Arc de Triomphe

5. Your Text Book


Point of view bias

Point of View & Bias

  • “History is written by the Victors.”

  • All history is subject to point of view, which means it is seen through the perspective or opinion of the creator.

  • Because all history is seen from a point of view it is subject to bias, or personal preference/prejudice about a specific topic.

    • American Revolution


American revolution

American Revolution

  • A fight for independence from the British over issues of taxation and lack of rights. The Colonists won, and were liberated from the British King! TAUGHT TO EVERY AMERICAN STUDENT.

  • The American Colonies rebelled against the Crown. An effort was made to reunify the Colony, but was abandoned do to its unpopularity. Britain gained a great trading partner. NOT EVEN MENTIONED IN ENGLAND.


Chapter 1 info not mentioned in the tci presentation

Time

  • Historians normally attempt to put things in the order that they happen making a Chronology.

  • Once events are in order they divide them into periods of time (periodization)

    • Three long periods in World History are:

      • Ancient

      • Medieval

      • Modern


Geography

Geography

  • Where something happens can be just as important as When something happens in history.

  • Spatial Frame: Concerns geographic perspectives that historians apply to world events.

  • Interregional: an event in two or more regions at once.


Political unrest in egypt

Political Unrest in Egypt


Habits of mind

Habits of Mind

  • There are three “habits of mind” that can be used for history.

  • Look for patterns over time and space.

    • Why did many of the first civilizations arise in river valleys?

  • Make comparisons within and among societies.

    • Compare and Contrast the river valley civilizations of Egypt and China.

  • Assess Universal Standards in light of cultural difference.

    • How do the governments of modern day Egypt and China compare when considering the rights provided to their people?


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