Library of Congress

In part of the Library of Congress's Teaching with Primary Sources Consortium, National History Day created the Historical Argumentation Webinar Series. Featuring primary sources from the Library of Congress, this course focusing on the skills of historical argumentation. Teachers will develop strategies to help their students think like a historian and develop a solid historical argument.

2020 Historical Argumentation Webinar Series
2020 Inspiring Student Research Webinar Series
Fall 2020 Webinar
2020 Historical Argumentation Webinar Series

Historical Thinking Skills (Webinar #1)

Historical Argumentation Webinar 1 Bibliography


Historical Thinking Skills (Webinar #2)

Historical Argumentation Webinar 2 Bibliography


Historical Thinking Skills (Webinar #3)

Historical Argumentation Webinar 3 Bibliography


Historical Thinking Skills (Webinar #4)

Historical Argumentation Webinar 4 Bibliography
2020 Inspiring Student Research Webinar Series

Reading Other People's Mail (Inspiring Student Research Webinar #1)

Inspiring Student Research Webinar 1 Bibliography


Stop Staring! Why Historians are the Rudest People (Inspiring Student Research Webinar #2)

Inspiring Student Research Webinar 2 Bibliography
Fall 2020 Webinar

Unlocking Rhythms with the American Folklife Center

Unlocking Rhythms Slides


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Summer 2020 Historical Argumentation Padlet

Designed by Hawai'i History Day staff, this padlet pulls together all the information and materials for the summer 2020 Historical Argumentation course.