This power point presentation, complete with Marzano learning scales, teaches the difference between primary and secondary sources (or firsthand and secondhand accounts of an event).
Most of the power point presentation discusses specific examples of primary and secondary sources of important events in American history such as: the American Revolution, slavery, the Civil War, the sinking of the Titanic, World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement.
The final slide contains "exit slip" questions to measure student knowledge of material.
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