This is a History Appendix that is designed to go into the back of an interactive notebook for the students to reference all year. I teach this material the fist week of school, and for the rest of the year we refer back to it. It makes it so easy for the students to know right where to go when I say "open up to Appendix B for help with your primary documents".
This appendix has 4 sections, and they are all described and have images of what they look like in the preview file. The sections are as followed:
1. Mapping: Goes over mapping guidelines and longitude and latitude. Includes practice.
2. Primary and Secondary Documents: Goes over what primary and secondary documents are and how to interpret them. Includes practice.
3. Timeline of Events: Timeline for students to fill out throughout the year to help visualize the time period and see connections.
4. Cornell Notes: This is a type of note taking I use in my class. I specifically teach how to take Cornell notes so that my students know the expectation for note taking the rest of the year. It is also a great study skills strategy!