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    is there any good things to do first in a history research time plan ?
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    maybe you could start by finding a list of books and skimming the contents pages to see which are best. then you could dedicate certain time to reading and noting particular chapters. you could try and find videos or websites (good for mini biographies on key people) that you think might be useful and put these into your plan. if you try and plan your research so that you're using different types of resources, it will keep you more interested than just books, and also if your a bit tired a video is a better option than a heavy book. include chronicles, encyclopedias, maps and even childrens facts books (excellent way of getting a quick overview) within your books part because this will keep it varied rather than one historian after another which gets tiring on the brain! i tend to plan work in one or two hour slots e.g. one hour on books and two on documentries. what are you researching?
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    reseaching about elizabeth I
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    perhaps you won't find so many documentaries then!
 
 
 
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