Ariz. students think like historians for competition

02/19/2013 | Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff), The

Students from Sinagua Middle School in Flagstaff, Ariz., recently participated in a National History Day competition on the theme "Turning Points in History," in which they researched an event, and used primary sources and secondary sources to support their argument that the event changed history. Each student created a science-fair-like display about their research project. "We are teaching kids how to be a historian and how to read and write like a historian," said Gabriel Gomez, Sinagua's history department chair.

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