By Mary Lynn Rampolla
Pages note: PDF has 173 pages, identify has one hundred sixty pages
Publish yr note: First released March 1st 1995, first edition
An crucial writing, analyzing, and study instrument for all historical past scholars, A Pocket consultant to Writing in History bargains a best-selling mix of concise but finished recommendation in a conveyable and obtainable structure.
This quick-reference advisor presents a realistic advent to common heritage assignments, workout serious interpreting talents, comparing and documenting assets, writing potent historical past papers, engaging in learn, and keeping off plagiarism. development on its time-tested process, the 7th variation deals increased, hands-on counsel for writing and studying within the electronic age, and extra insurance on operating with basic and secondary resources.
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Additional resources for A Pocket Guide to Writing in History (7th Edition)
3a Reading actively in history Most scholars would agree that reading and writing are interrelated processes. As you read, you begin to see new connections among the ideas, people, and events you are studying. Then, as you start to write, new questions arise, prompting you to look at the texts you have already read in new ways and to find new materials that might help you answer your questions. ” Consequently, reading is the assignment you will encounter most frequently. If your professor has assigned a textbook, you will probably be expected to read a chapter or two each week.
If you 12/20/11 1:16 PM 24 3a 2b Approaching Typical Assignments in History are reading an article, look for an abstract at the beginning of the text and check for section headings. If you are examining a primary source, read the introduction to the text or the headnote to the document. For both books and articles, look at the bibliography and determine how extensive any footnotes or endnotes are. Spending a few minutes on such pre-reading tasks will help you determine how to approach your reading and consequently will make it more productive.
Why has he or she chosen this example? Do you disagree with any points the author makes, and if so, why? As you try to answer these rather broad and general questions, new, more tightly focused and nuanced questions will arise, taking you deeper into the text. In this way, asking questions of the text helps you read with increasing sophistication and insight. Write as you read. Active readers are physically active, writing as they read. Writing while reading serves several functions. Writing directly in the margins of the text (provided, of course, that the text belongs to you) can help you locate important or confusing passages that you want to return to later.
A Pocket Guide to Writing in History (7th Edition) by Mary Lynn Rampolla