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GCSE History source paper - top tips for your exam revision DBQ
Every exam board will ask you to demonstrate source analysis skills on at least one of your exam papers. Lots of students tell me that they find source analysis...
Handling Sources: Writing with Multiple Sources
In this tutorial, Honors College student Miranda Carver discusses how to begin writing a paper that incorporates several different sources of evidence.
Help! I'm not improving my English!
Do you sometimes feel like you're not improving your English? The good news is that you are improving, but you just aren't noticing it. In this video, I recomme...
Effective Essay Writing, Part 4 - Preparation, Hamburgers & Evidence
Want to know how to write a great essay? The Teacher-Helper breaks down the ins and outs of what is a transition, what are the ideal transitions to use and what...
IB HISTORY: 20TH CENTURY WORLD (Standard Level ONE YEAR) Grades: 11 – 12 Length: 1 year Credit: 1 Prerequisite: Social Studies teacher ...
Evaluating Learner-Centered Teaching: Guiding Questions and Supportive Evidence
Don't hesitate to comment below if you have any questions or additional phrases Evaluating Learner-Centered Teaching: Guiding Questions and Supportive ...
South Africa's National Evaluation System
Matodzi Amisi, director: evaluation & research, Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, The Presidency, Republic of South Africa, discusses the ...
Miss B's quick guide to...Source Evaluation
Overview of what you need to think about when evaluating sources in your history lessons.
Finding Reliable Sources (part 1)
This video is about Finding Reliable Sources (part 1). (all images in this video are the property of their respective owners. This video is for educational and ...
Middle School Research Skills. Citations: Elements of a Website
Elements of a Website.
Identify and Evaluate an Author's Ideas
Many students are under the impression when reading informational text that all the ideas and information presented must be true. Wrong! A lot of informational ...
evidence in essays
Evidence is extremely important in writing a paper. Things such as facts, statistics, statistics and first hand experiences are important, because they can be ....
AP Argument Essay Review
A lesson for Mr. Singleton's AP English Language and Composition class.
Outlining a Research Paper (Part 4 in Series)
In which Andrew Thomasson and Cheryl Morris make a colour-coded outline for a research paper. Part 4 in the updated series. Part 1 (Starting research and ...
Using the DBQ Writing Program
Sequential, cumulative lessons help students interpret primary sources and answer document-based questions (DBQs). The lessons cover (1) evaluating ...
Alfie Kohn on Feel-Bad Education
Mind-opening writing on what kids need from school, from one of education's most outspoken voices ...
How to Write an Essay Using Multiple Sources
LEARN MORE: Does your child know how to write an essay from several sources? Homeschool writing ...
Essay Writing Explained Ep3: Evidence
A quick tutorial on gathering strong, supportive evidence to back up your claim in academic writing.
Activator: Balloon Race - The Role of Evidence in Writing
A positive learning environment is the heartbeat of the classroom!” These lessons evince proof of this fundamental belief. The purpose of this lesson is for ....
Critical Thinking -- The Use of Evidence
This video explains how to evaluate the use of evidence in an argument.
04 Using Evidence in Essays
How do we use a quote in an essay? What do we do with a statistic? This video looks at the different types of evidence you can and should use in essays.
Types of Evidence
Types of Evidence for Argumentative Writing- Logical, Empirical, Anecdotal Evidence-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at ...
Mini-lesson on Evaluating Evidence for WTCC Fundamentals of College Reading and Writing MOOC.
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