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One of the exciting features of History Fair is that it gives students the opportunity to present their findings the way they like to communicate.  Download these new student-centered category guides to get the full scoop on what it takes to produce papers, exhibits, performances, and documentaries.

They print as eight-page newsletters.

 

NEW STUDENT-CENTERED DOCUMENTARIES GUIDE

NEW STUDENT-CENTERED EXHIBITS GUIDE

NEW STUDENT-CENTERED PERFORMANCES GUIDE

NEW STUDENT-CENTERED RESEARCH PAPERS GUIDE

NEW STUDENT-CENTERED WEBSITES GUIDE

Typically, students know the type of final product they will create early on in the History Fair process, although sometimes the nature of the sources may cause a student to turn to another medium (for example, if visual sources are not available or effective for a documentary or exhibit, a student may need decide to write a paper or create a performance instead).

In addition to our new category guides, check out our History Fair project samples:

History Fair project samples:

Exhibits
Sample Exhibits

Documentaries
Sample Documentaries

Performances
Performance Guide
Sample Performances

Research Papers
Sample Research Papers

Or samples from National History Day's Web site:

 

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