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68.95 MB | 40 unique resources, multiple pages
Each primary source document has guiding, text-dependent questions to help students analyze the text. These resources come from every unit of 7th grade History, are fully editable, and have been designed to fit on one paper for easy printing and copying.
Using Primary Sources throughout the year will also better prepare students for common core and smarter balanced assessments. Each of these unique resources can be downloaded separately, but are offered here at a bundle discount.
This download includes all 40 of the primary source documents listed below...
Seppuku Primary Source
Da Vinci text on painting advice
Machiavelli's The Prince Excerpt
Magna Carta vs. Bill of Rights
Da Vinci Primary Source text on birds and flight
Epic of Sundiata, the Lion King of Mali
Constitution of Prince Shotoku
Rousseau's Social Contract
The Life of Augustus
The Roman Colosseum
Julius Ceasar's Gallic Wars
Life of Charlemagne
Pope Urban II calls to crusade
Pope Leo X Papal Bull against Martin Luther
Newton's Three Laws of Motion
Murasaki Shikibu's Tale of Genji
Mayan Number System
Martin Luther's 95 Theses sample
Martin Luther's Edict of Worms
Learning Iambic Pentameter from William Shakespeare
Kublai Khan's Letter to Japan
Indictment of Galileo
Hernan Cortes Primary Source
King Henry vs. Pope Gregory
Francisco Pizarro Letter
First Correspondence between Japan and the United States
Eye Witness Account of the Battle of Hattin
Excerpt of the Black Death - Varying Reactions to Disaster
Excerpt of the Black Death - Breakdown of Social Order
Excerpt of the Black Death - Signs of Impending Death
Excerpt of the Black Death - Mass Burials
Copernicus on "Revolutions of Heavenly Bodies"
English Bill of Rights vs. U.S. Bill of Rights
Andreus Vesalius excerpt
Voltaire's "A Treatise on Toleration"
Vasco Da Gama description
Magellan's Death eye witness
Christopher Columbus excerpt
Johannes Kepler quotations
Declaration of Independence