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National History Day, a year-long educational program, fosters academic achievement and intellectual growth. In addition to acquiring historical knowledge and perspective while developing entries and competing in a series of district, state, and national contests, students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that help them manage and use information. National History Day has two divisions: (1) junior division (grades 6-8) and (2) senior division (grades 9-12). Students can enter one of seven categories and are encouraged to choose any topic in local, national, or world history and investigate its historical significance and relationship to the theme by conducting extensive primary and secondary research. This booklet contains the following historical materials:"What Is National History Day"; "Teaching about Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History"; "Theme Narrative: Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History"; "Resources from the National Archives and Records Administration"; "Sample Topics"; "Library of Congress On-Line Resources"; "Bibliography"; "A Research Roadmap for Your History Day Topic" (J. Vandenberg-Daves); "Women and Reform Movements in the United States, 1820-1920: A Guide to Sources"; "Political Revolutions of the 20th Century: A Guide to Sources"; "C-SPAN in the Classroom"; "Analyzing and Using Statistics To Study the Past"; "Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre: A Religious Reaction in 16th Century France" (M. McGann); "African American Soldiers and the Revolutionary War: Sons of Liberty?"; "The 'Revolution' of 1800" (J. Riley);"Reformers and Child Labor in the Early 20th Century" (L. DeLoach); "China's Entry into the Korean War: Conflicting Accounts"; "Campaigns of Truth: Propaganda during the Cold War"; "'You Say You Want a Revolution': The Reaction of Beatles' Fans to Immigration Law" (L. A. Potter); and "Echoes from the Wall: Conflict on the Home Front during the Vietnam War." (BT)

Descriptors: Curriculum Enrichment, Local History, Middle Schools, Secondary Education, Student Research, Thematic Approach, Thinking Skills, United States History, World History

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Autor: Hardy, Beatriz, Ed.; Gorn, Cathy, Ed.


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