Many of you have asked us to provide them samples of acknowledgement for a history project. In the most of the schools now, it is required to include acknowledgement with project paper, and it became standard.
So, what to include in the acknowledgement for history project? Most likely, you are required to acknowledge work and contributions of all the persons who helped you in the projects, like history teacher, school, colleagues, family and friends, etc.
For a history school project, unless it incorporated some more comprehensive research, you should limit you acknowledgement to few sentences only. In a case your history project required more serious research, and therefore you have involved more people in the project acknowledgement should be longer.
Please use the samples provided below as a guidance to draft you own, and do not copy it. Do not forget to thank to everyone who helped you in the project implementation!
Sample acknowledgement for history project #1
I would like to take this opportunity to express special gratitude to my teacher Ms. Simona Flecher as well as our principal Mr. Smith who gave me the wonderful opportunity to do this history project on the topic Depiction of Life during Mughal period through Paintings. The opportunity to participate in this project has helped me in improve my research skills and I am really grateful to them. Thanks to this project I have learned many new things about Mughai Empire, i.e. about state administration and governance, legal system, life of commoners and about trade in this period.
Secondly, I would also like to thank my parents who helped me a lot in completing this project on time.
Sample acknowledgement for history project #2
I would like to start my project on history by expressing gratitude to my teachers for giving me the opportunity to present my findings on my assigned topics in front of the whole class.
I would also like to thank my family and my friends for constantly encouraging me during the course of this project, which I could not have completed without their support and continuous encouragements.