History Education

https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1100359.pdf

Summary: That one of the key details for history education is to have oral history.  Some examples include youtube videos or guess speakers.

I think this will be useful to use in the future as I do not want to be boring and use videos will be essential for some visual/oral learners instead of just doing lectures.

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  1. koltan18 says:

    This source is good quality, the publishers specialize in academics and are peer-reviewed. This source could also be used for your writing if you were to compare and contrast different styles of teaching.

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  2. shaneskaarfor3 says:

    I think it’s great you want to keep your presentations as entertaining as possible. Besides videos and guest speakers, what are some other types of things you can include in your speeches to enhance them?

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  3. Be transparent in your use of the source if the actual research was done in Turkey – there will be those who suggest the life/culture/education of students in Turkey varies greatly from that of the U.S.

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  4. emilysteele1 says:

    Why is it important to have oral history? Personally I think I learn best from reading out of a book, and I don’t pay as much attention to details when I watch a video. This piece could be useful for ways to engage a classroom. What do you want to do after high school? You could read more about ways to help students retain the information they read/hear. Overall, nice source! Lots of good info!

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