This lesson plan and activity is great to use when teaching the difference between primary and secondary sources!
This product contains:
~Interactive notebook cutouts for students to glue in their notebooks with definitions of both a primary and secondary source along with space for students to write in their own examples.
~Signs that say "Primary Source" and "Secondary Source." - Can be used to hang in classroom or as a sorting map for activity described in my product.
~16 examples of specific sources for students to sort and classify as a primary source or secondary source.
(Answer key is provided!)
A great hands-on social studies activity that allows students to work cooperatively, demonstrate higher level thinking skills, and remain engaged throughout the lesson!
You will receive instructions on how I use this product in my own classroom. It can be adapted to fit the needs of your individual students.