Start your entry by looking at the NHD page on Creating an Entry.
Remember that all History Day projects should tell a story. Just like any paper, your project should include an introduction, thesis statement, support and conclusion. As you begin to think about how your project will look, think about these three concepts:
The quality of the annotated bibliography is often what judges will review when comparing History Day projects. Good projects might get students to the top of their judging group, but good bibliographies based on sound research get students medals. Remember that bibliographies should be in MLA or Turabian styles. Follow the links below for guidance on creating your bibliography:
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“Tip:”- Whichever style you choose for your History Day project, be consistent! The judges will appreciate it.