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A first-hand account, record, or evidence about a person, place object, or an event.29
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A first-hand account, record, or evidence about a person, place object, or an event.
It is another way for historians to learn about the past and created when researchers interview people about history.
Primary sources are often incomplete and have little context. Students must use prior knowledge and work within multiple primary sources to find patterns.
What does history means?
The study of ancient civilizations.
The study how the past is interpreted using primary sources and secondary sources.
The study of economic systems.
The memorization of the past based on community sentiment.30sEditDelete
What is the subject of historiography?
The process of determining the reliability or accuracy of the information contained in the sources collected is known as ___________________.
A student is writing a paper about Civil War. Which of the following would be the most reliable primary source for their research?
A book containing an interview of a Confederate soldier who survived the war.
The field notes of a nurse who work with the Union and Confederacy.
A textbook written by a Civil War scholar about various battles during the war.
The journal of a young Union soldier during the battle.30sEditDelete
Relying on different materials and resources (both primary and secondary) will truly help us to bring us back to the past events that may lead us for better understanding of the present.
It is a body of letters or communications.
Which of the following is most likely to be a secondary source?
Minutes from a university faculty meeting held in 1892
A soldier’s letter home during the Korean War
A book about educational theory in the early 1900s
A frontier family photograph30sEditDelete
Historical sources that were not written should not be used in writing history.
You read the biography of Rizal entitled "The First Filipino" written by Leon Maria Guerrero III. What kind of historical source is this?
Which of the following questions does not apply to internal criticism?
Why was it written?
Where was it produced?
Is there a consistency?
Was it written by the eyewitnesses or secondhand account?30sEditDelete
It is the writing of history, and the understanding if how interpretations of historians change over time.
Why is history important?
To learn about mistakes of the past and people will less likely to repeat them.
To understand why the society is the way today.
To predict how people might respond or act in particular situation as well.
All of the above.30sEditDelete
It is a form of communication in spoken language, made by speaker before an audience for a given purpose.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
Aim of the historiansUsers enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
The following are test of authenticity except:
Identification of the author
Provenance or custody
Anachronistic reference to events
It refers to a place, room or container where something is deposited or stored.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
It looks at the truthfulness and factuality of evidences by looking at the author of the source, its context, the agenda behind its creation, the knowledge which informed it and its intended purpose.Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
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