Primary and Secondary Source Sort

Primary and Secondary Source Sort
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This is a fun, quick activity your students will love! Use these source cards in your class to teach students the difference between primary and secondary sources. There are 20 sources included.

A PRIMARY source tells you about an event and is from the time of that event.
A SECONDARY source tells you about an event but is from a time AFTER the event.

ANSWER KEY
Primary Sources:
Speech
Diary
Clothing (from the time period)
Maps (from the time period)
Music
Autobiography
Memoir
Marriage license
Audio recording
Photograph
Art (from the time period)

Secondary Sources:
Articles (after the event)
History books
Encyclopedia
Published book
Paraphrased quotation
Dictionaries
Biography
A documentary
Textbooks

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