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    I am probably going to do my EE on: analysis of the affects and aftermath of the european witch hunts. Is this too broad of a subject? :confused:
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    (Original post by Lilmon2434)
    I am probably going to do my EE on: analysis of the affects and aftermath of the european witch hunts. Is this too broad of a subject? :confused:
    Yeah, that is too broad. If you want to write a successful History EE, you need to try to put more of a personal slant in the research question. For example, "In what ways did the witchhunts (of some specific region) influence (some other aspect of European history)." This may not be the best example, but it gives you the general idea. If you do an EE on a relatively unresearched topic, then you can use various sources to draw your own conclusion. IB wants you to form your own conclusion on your topic, as opposed to writing a stereotypical research paper. Hope this helps.
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    Thanks my school does not help with how to do your ee. This helped me a lot I didn't know if my topic was even a valid topic.
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    Hey! I wrote a History EE, and I got A So if you have questions I can send you my EE together with official EE guide published by IBO contact me if you need... hope this helps
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    What about your mentor? You're required to have a mentor (probably your history teacher?) who can help you a bit when you get stuck like this. My teacher's been great in helping me narrow my topic down to something more manageable.

    But, I'm supposed to be researching right now...just got back from the library with books!
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    (Original post by Paranoya)
    Hey! I wrote a History EE, and I got A So if you have questions I can send you my EE together with official EE guide published by IBO contact me if you need... hope this helps
    That will definetly help me big time.
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    Well the history mentor right now is helping around 16 students. I have him help me right now since we just began, but when school starts I'm probably going to get my other history teacher to be my mentor.
    My mentor said that I should chose a small area that was affected my the witch hunts and talk about the complex theories behind them. I have no idea what this means. If anyone knows please reply back. Thanks
 
 
 

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