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Search strategy for VCE French Revolutions. Unit 3: Area of Study 2: Consequences of revolution: October 1789-1795

Search Strategy VCE History Revolutions

VCE History Revolutions, Unt 3: France

Area of Study 2: Consequences of Revolution: October 1789-1795

Outcome 2: Historical Inquiry: Investigation of the role of a leader of the French Revolution.

STEP 1. INTRODUCTORY reading on your chosen individual to formulate your questions.

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SUBMIT your FORMULATED QUESTIONS to your Teacher for checking.

 

STEP 2. Identifying KEYWORDS in your formulated questions

For example

Formulated question "How did the consequences of revolution shape the new order?"

ASIDE: Getting ready to research with Chrome

MHS Library suggests creating a undefined 

account via the MyBib website, then create a project to collect your citations and use the MyBib Chrome extension to collect citations as you research.

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Chrome extension is essential if you are researching via search engines.

ASIDE: Visual search engine

If you are a visual learning, enter your Revolutionary Leaders name and select undefined to visualise and catergorise the search results.

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STEP 3. COLLECTING YOUR INFORMATION using Print and ClickView

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Login and use the Infiniti MHS Library Catalogue to search for PRINT BOOKS, CLICKVIEW VIDEO and EBSCO JOURNAL ARTICLES.

The print books, ClickView video content will be majority SECONDARY sources of information.

The EBSCO journal articles will contain both PRIMARY and SECONDARY sources of information.

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STEP 4. COLLECTING YOUR INFORMATION using Search Engines

Finding PRIMARY sources of information. Use your Revolutionary Leader's name

Searching in undefined using the words "primary source" in the search bar

For example

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Finding SECONDARY sources of information. Use your Revolutionary Leader's name and your keywords from your formulated questions.

Searching using undefined and using the features undefined and undefined

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If you need further support or have questions, come and see me in the Library.