5 Things All History Writers Should Know

When it comes to writing good history curriculum, there are a handful of universal truths that cross all of history’s sub-disciplines. The following tips can help writers align curriculum with standards and clients.

1) Do Periodic Alignment Checks

It’s easy to get into a rhythm when you’re writing an engaging piece of history curriculum. Oftentimes these are story-driven curricula that are fun to write; however, getting wrapped up in telling the story can cause a writer to plow through a large portion of writing without stopping to check alignment with the curriculum. At times, I find myself overwriting on assignments about the founding of America because that period of time is my personal favorite. With this in mind, I have to establish extra pauses to ensure that I don’t miss the alignment. This breakdown most often happens when a commonly told story is written on “autopilot” without tailoring to ensure coverage of a specific set of standards. Take the time to stop and confirm alignment to the customer’s needs.

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