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PCS Global 9B

Vocabulary #1

bias the influence that one's perspective has on their opinion
categorize to place things in groups based on similarities
compare to examine two or more things and identify their similarities and differences
context the setting for an event and the circumstances that led to it
document something that is written, printed, or electronic that proved information or evidence
evidence something that gives proof of or a reason to believe something
historian a person who writes history
history is an account of the past constructed from evidence. This account of the past differs based on one's perspective
perspective a person's role in an event
reliable trustworthy
source a person, place, or thing from which something comes; in history sources are usually documents written by people from the past but could also be objects from the past
Created by: Ms.Sala