Hi everyone! I love seeing your good progress with your historical investigation research project. Make sure to complete Part A and begin working on Part B, gathering and analyzing sources to use with your research. Don't hesitate to email me or see me during tutorial 8th period if you have any questions.
- I can explain the impacts of nationalism and revolutionary movements.
- I can effectively apply and conduct research.
- I can craft an effective research question for the HIRP.
- RAP: To open class, students spent some time refining their definition of nationalism. Using their Cornell notes from the previous two classes, students discussed the positive and negative consequences of nationalism. Afterward, they completed a brief nationalism exit ticket posted on Canvas. Students used this time to review their notes ahead of the nationalism quiz on Wednesday (click here to see study guide).
- Main Stage: Students spent the majority of time workshopping their research questions for the HIRP. As a class we reviewed the instructions and expectations for Part A of the HIRP. As students worked on their research questions, I moved around the room and mini-conferenced with students to check their progress and provide assistance.
- Closing: Students submitted their research question (Part A) drafts on Canvas and began working on Part B (finding three credible research sources).