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Department
Elementary Education
Course
EDEE 280
Professor
Paul Zanazanian
Semester
Winter

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Class 3: What Historians do and they think historically (Part 2)  the past is not the same as history o past: what happened o history: what we share/tell about the evidence of what we think happened  historian’s hurdles o distance  between past and present, what happened vs. today o choices  how to make the past coherent o interpretive lenses  worldview, what stance they will take  substantive vs. procedural historical knowledge o substantive: relates to the substance (content) o procedural: relates to tools that help you make sense of history o can’t know about content without making sense of it  can’t do one without the other Historical Thinking  historical thinking: act of interpreting and assessing both the evidence from the past that has been left behind and the narratives that historians and other have constructed from this
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