What Makes a Good Question for Historical Reasoning?

Module 4 Overview

Welcome to Module 4, What Makes a Good Question for Historical Reasoning? Questioning is not only important to know where we are in the present and to plan for the future, but it is also important to understand the past. Inquiry is at the heart of historical reasoning. Students need the ability to ask questions about the past to guide their thinking, focus their research, and help lead them to a sound argument. In this module, you will explore questions focused on historical reasoning.


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