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History Skills: Evaluating Sources

History Skills: Evaluating Sources

Schools

This is a virtual excursion for Stage 4 and 5 students. 

In this engaging online workshop, the joy of history takes centre stage as students are guided through the process of interpreting, analysing and evaluating sources using examples drawn from the State Library’s collections. Students apply historical terms and concepts while cultivating critical thinking skills to make judgements about the usefulness and reliability of sources.   

Students can connect to our virtual excursions when learning from home. As a teacher, you will only need to register once to receive a link you can share with your students.   

This session, artworks, film and sound clips are protected by copyright and may not be recorded, reproduced or used in any way without the express written consent of the State Library of NSW. 

Paintings on blue wall
11 / 30 events in this Schools series
Tuesday
9 November 2021 10am to 10:45am

Location

Online
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia

 

Learning from home 

Students can connect to our virtual excursions when learning from home. As a teacher, you will only need to register once to receive a link you can share with your students.   

During the session, students will be able to ask questions by writing in the chat and they will not share any audio or video. All messages will be visible to the presenters but not to any other students. 

When students use the link to join the virtual excursion they may be asked to download Zoom if they don’t already have it installed. They do not need to set up a Zoom account to participate.  

Further instructions for joining a Zoom webinar are available in Zoom’s Webinar FAQ.   

 


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