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Module 9-Topics & Research


Choosing a Topic and Doing Historical Research

  • To learn about the theme for this year's history fair, click here. When you have read the information on the linked page, use your browser's "back" button to return to this workshop page and answer the study question below.

    Study Question 29:
    What is the theme for this year's history fair?

  • To learn about some suggested Central Texas topics appropriate to this year's theme, click here. When you have read the information on the linked page, use your browser's "back" button to return to this workshop page and answer the study question below.

    Study Question 30:
    Are local history topics acceptable for history fair projects?

  • To learn about historical research for history fair projects, click here. When you have read the information on the linked page, use your browser's "back" button to return to this workshop page and answer the study question below.

    Study Question 31:
    Can the Internet be useful for good historical research?

  • To learn about primary and secondary sources, click here. When you have read the information on the linked page, use your browser's "back" button to return to this workshop page and answer the study question below.

    Study Question 32:
    A recently published history book includes a quotation from a speech made by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; may this quotation be cited as a primary source?

  • To learn about research facilities and resources in Central Texas, click here. When you have read the information on the linked page, use your browser's "back" button to return to this workshop page and answer the study question below.

    Study Question 33:
    What and where is the Texas Collection?

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