Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources

Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
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Primary sources and secondary sources can be a very tough topic to teach. Some students gets confused and has a difficult time distinguishing the differences. With this worksheet, students will be able to provide the definition of each type of source. In addition to this, students will looking at images of several types of sources. The students will then use their knowledge to determine which type of source it is. The students will then cut and paste the image of the source into the correct column on the worksheet. This is great and can be glued into history journals as well!

This is a great worksheet to help students better understand the difference. Teachers can extend this activity by having students explain how they know if a source is primary or secondary.
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1 page
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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