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  1. Review-Historical Thinking & Skills Objective: Understand historical thinking and skills.

  2. Team Name • Must be school appropriate. • Each group will have 30 seconds to choose a team name.

  3. Directions • Each group will have a dry erase board, dry erase marker, and a tissue. • Each group will have 30 seconds to answer the question. • Each group has the opportunity to earn a point each round. • Lights On=Work Together to Answer Question • Lights Off=A group member will hold the dry erase board up for the teacher to check and all talking stops.

  4. Vocab. • original records of the event under investigation; a document which describes an event by its witnesses or first recorders

  5. Primary Source

  6. Question • In which situation would a historian need to use secondary sources? • A.  when explaining battlefield decisions of World War I generals • B.  when researching different interpretations of World War I • C.  when trying to understand the personal experiences of World War I soldiers • D.  when studying the private lives of World War I leaders

  7. B.

  8. Vocab. • one sided information used to guide readers to a particular conclusion

  9. Propaganda

  10. Question • In a research paper, a statement (written or spoken) of belief that intends to offer a basic explanation of something is called the • A.  bias • B.  support • C.  credibility • D.  thesis

  11. Thesis

  12. Vocab. • to prove wrong by evidence or argument

  13. Refute

  14. Question • “The percentage of eligible voters who voted in the most recent election is down 4 percent,” reported Ethel Goetz, of the National Voting Commission.  The statement above • A.  is based on emotion rather than facts • B.  is from a source identified as an expert on the subject • C.  contains opinions that are not supported by data • D.  contains information that cannot be verified as true or false

  15. B.

  16. Question • What term is used to refer to an oversimplified generalization about an entire group of people without regard for individual difference? • A.  stereotype • B.  logical • C.  credible • D.  reliable

  17. A.