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History vocab 1

bias favouring of one or other (side in an argument etc) rather than remaining neutral
perspective a way of regarding situations or facts and judging their relative importance
reliability capable of being relied on; dependable
sources one, such as a person or document, that supplies information
secondary source any document that describes an event, person, place, or thing not created contemporaneously
historical interpretation explanation, as of a historical site, provided by the use of original objects, visual display material, etc.
types of evidence Four Types of Evidence are Anecdotal Evidence, Testimonial Evidence, Statistical Evidence, Analogical Evidence.
Anecdotal Evidence Usually very weak 'positive' evidence
Testimonial Evidence Moderately strong or supportive evidence
Statistical Evidence Moderately strong or supportive evidence
Analogical Evidence Fairly strong or supportive evidence
primary source material from, or directly related to, the past
opinion belief not founded on certainty or proof but on what seems probable
fact an event or thing known to have happened or existed
source chart (origin, value, purpose, limitations) a chart that has different sources and information on it
Created by: TimMadden