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Source Analysis

Source Analysis

Introducing students to a wide range of sources and asking them to question their bias, provenance, purpose, etc. Access to original resources and use of online enquiry based learning ensures this is a lesson they are likely to remember.

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About the workshop

This skills-based workshop introduces your students to a wide range of primary sources and encourages them to examine them in detail and questions about them.

For GCSE and A-level students, it may be possible to tailor the session so that the sources used are relevant to their examination syllabus e.g. GCSE: Health and the People, A-Level: Britain 1900-51.

Suitable for: Key Stages 2, 3, 4 and 5
Subjects: History
Duration: 1 hour (we would recommend combining this session with our Introduction to Special Collections to make a half a day visit)
Availability: Limited dates throughout the year

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Workshop registration

If you are interested in bringing a group to this workshop please complete the registration form.

To help you plan your visit please make use of the Risk Assessment for Visits form.