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Crime Scene Activity: Analyzing Primary and Secondary Source Evidence “The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is an activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evid
The Common Core ELA State Standards demand that students be exposed to a wide variety of challenging literary and informational texts. Increasingly, our children will need to be able to read and analyze a mix of primary and secondary sources as they build their content knowledge. This set of ac
Understanding primary and secondary sources is one of the foundations of learning about social studies, but let's face it- it can be a dry topic to teach! However, it doesn't have to be- these activities about firsthand and secondhand accounts aim to engage your learners by showing how these topics
Students will learn how to read primary and secondary sources by completing an engaging set of graphic doodle notes and actively participating in 5 learning stations.What's included:*Instructions for teachers (6 pages, pdf, not editable)*Doodle notes with sections for students to fill in and color a
Grammar review doesn't have to be boring and monotonous! Get kids up and moving with this print and go, classroom-tested interactive game for reviewing primary and secondary sources that comes in printable and an interactive digital format.Student Experience: Students will learn with movement as the
This product includes 2 cut-out & glue activities on primary and secondary succession from ecological succession. Students will cut out diagrams and place them on their correct position on the primary & secondary succession backgrounds. This product contains the activities in both black a
If you are looking for a no-prep lesson and activity to teach your students about Primary and Secondary sources, this resource is for you! This Primary and Secondary Sources Activities Set works for either Google Drive or PDF, giving you flexibility and the option to use it for distance learning!Thi
Primary and Secondary Sources Task CardsWhich grade levels will benefit most from these task cards?Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Included in your download:• 36 task cards that require students to identify a source as either being a primary or secondary source of information (The QR code shows the correct ans
In grades 6-12, the CCSS provide distinct literacy standards for history/social studies, science, and technical subjects. Many of these discipline-specific standards implicitly include primary sources among essential types of evidence; some refer specifically to primary sources.Under the English Lan
Save by buying the bundle! ⇨ Historical Thinking Task Cards and PostersThese are 75 Task Cards to encourage Historical Thinking skills and Critical Thinking skills in your classroom. These task cards work with five historical thinking or reasoning skills - Sourcing, Point-of-View, Purpose, Context a
This engaging primary and secondary source activity will get your students up and moving by turning them into super sleuths. With this activity, the students will determine whether a source is primary or secondary. All you have to do is copy these cute little detective themed cards on either pap
Teaching Primary and Secondary Sources: Upper Elementary and Middle GradesA TOP SELLER AND INCLUSION FRIENDLY! A FUN, ENGAGING STEP-BY-STEP UNIT WITH HANDS ON MATERIALS! EDITABLE ASSESSMENTS! Aligned with Core Curriculum Standards and Most State Standards! This lesson teaches students what primary
These are 5 visually detailed and full color posters (8.5 x 11 and 17x24) designed to reinforce Historical Thinking skills and Critical Thinking skills in your classroom. They also provide an easy way to decorate your classroom! I find myself pointing to these posters all the time to help students w
In this highly engaging Civil War primary source activity, students analyze SEVEN different sources about civilian life during the Civil War, then each student completes a source analysis for each one. This was created with the Common Core standards in mind and forces students to engage with the co
Boston Massacre Primary & Secondary Source Analysis This resource on the Boston Massacre has students analyzing 4 visual depictions of the event and 2 primary source newspaper accounts for an awesome Common Core-aligned lesson! Your download includes all 4 pictures of the event, an account fr
Are you looking for a way to introduce primary and secondary sources to your students using real life photos and documents? Look no further than the Identifying and Evaluating Primary and Secondary Sources Showdown game. This file can be used as an introduction to primary and secondary sources in ei
I created this resource to introduce primary and secondary sources. I have two slides defining each. Then, I have a slide comparing and contrasting first and second hand accounts. I would have students complete the Venn Diagram first, and then show the answers after. Next, I have 11 slides for in
With this engaging activity, students access the causes of the Great Depression by analyzing a variety of primary and secondary sources - including charts, graphs, quotes from historians, primary source quotes, and visuals. Although the stock market crash as often cited as the primary cause of the c
Here are two "no prep" practice pages for your students to test their understanding of primary and secondary sources. Each page contains ten examples. Students must read each example and identify it as a primary or secondary source. Students can easily check their own work with the provided answer
This is a great resource for teaching or reviewing the difference between primary and secondary resources. Included in this resource are: - 16 page Powerpoint giving a brief overview of what primary and secondary resources are with built in whole group practice - Primary or secondary resource pra
In this mini unit, students will be able to define what a primary and secondary source is and be able to give examples of the different types of sources. I created this after I found a real need to teach this concept to my Grade 5/6 class explicitly. There are 5 different activities included: 1.
This resource includes 5 work stations that will get your students analyzing pre-civil war primary and secondary documents. It has all you need to analyze the political charts, prints, text, maps, and the presidential election all related to pre-civil war. Also includes graphic organizers, essentia
Struggling to find time in your day to plan, prep, AND teach art? In my first few years of teaching, I depended heavily on craftivities and directed drawings to fill my "art" time - there was just too much to prep! While there is nothing wrong with those activities, they can't replace an art lesson
Analyzing Primary and Secondary SourcesAnalyzing Primary and Secondary SourcesAn Introduction to Primary & Secondary Sources: Political Cartoons, Scaffolding Questions, Constructed-Response Questions, and more!This series of activities and examples introduces primary and secondary sources to you

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