Historical Inquiry for Teaching Year 11 & 12 History Students
The article demonstrates how by participation in individual research inquiries students can be engaged developing their own historical thinking. He shows how students were required to explain and elaborate the essential questions designed around the required outcome areas by evaluating the core historical concepts of significance, causation and change. The article concludes that in conducting this inquiry with students it enlivened the historical dialogues between students and engages them in sustained attention over the inquiry process, as well as building on the historical skills and concepts.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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