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Investigate History Case Studies
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Dec 01, 2015 2015-12-01

Digital Learning • Learning Support

Spot Clues to Crack the Case

Historical Scene Investigation (H.S.I.) offers an engaging way for students to investigate history through primary documents and images. H.S.I. presents students with historical cases to “crack.” Each of the 13 cases provides students with clues to analyze in order to form a conclusion to each investigation. The clues for each investigation are in the forms of primary documents and images, as well as secondary sources. H.S.I. provides students with “case files” on which they record the evidence they find in the documents and images. At the conclusion of their investigation, students answer questions and decide if the case should be closed or if more investigation is necessary. Historical Scene Investigation was developed through a partnership of the College of William & Mary School of Education, University of Kentucky School of Education, and the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program.

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