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Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources

Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources
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3 MB|15 pages
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This interactive PowerPoint provides visual examples and definitions of Primary and Secondary Sources.
It includes:
Kid friendly definitions
Photographs, clip art, and video
Animations to engage students
A wide variety of examples (diaries, textbooks, speeches)
An interactive slide at the end where students may identify whether something is a primary or secondary source
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15 pages
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N/A
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