MY TOPIC IS HUMAN RIGHTS, Please use attached Template: Overview All historical research begins with asking good questions, and who asks the questions matters. It is also important to ask how history is represented, whether in textbooks and media reports or by governments and independent organizations. Developing historical inquiry skills will help you ask critical questions about headlines you see or claims you hear. In this activity, you will take the first step toward developing those skills by writing a research question about your chosen historical topic. Keep in mind that you cannot change your topic after this module. Please remember to review and keep all instructor feedback. Each module activity will prepare you for an aspect of your final project, and you will have a future opportunity to improve your work. Prompt In this activity, you will make your final topic selection and write a research question that is clear, relevant, and focused. Your research question will evolve as you progress through the course, so what you write now is not final. You will then attempt to look at your historical topic from a different person’s perspective. Use the provided HIS 100 Module Two Activity Research Question Template Word Document to complete this assignment. Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria: Write a clear, relevant, and focused research question about the topic you have selected. Refer to the module overview and resources for helpful information about writing effective research questions. Explain how another person’s beliefs, assumptions, and values may lead that person to create a different question than you. Guidelines for Submission Use the provided Module Two Activity Template: Historical Research Question to address the steps above. While references are not required, any sources used should be cited according to APA style if you reference them in your responses. Consult the Shapiro Library APA Style Guide for more information on citations.