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Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application

Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
Primary vs. Secondary Source Activity | With Source Chart & Research Application
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Understanding and effectively using primary and secondary sources can be a challenging skill for our students, but it can greatly enrich our understanding of the past. The objectives of this activity include include:
A: Differentiate between primary and secondary sources.
B: Determine the meaning of a selected source.
C: Answering the questions: What makes an informative source and where can these sources be found?

This product contains a teacher guide, source chart, student handouts, research tips and a practice exercise to help students better understand sources and selecting an appropriate source when conducting research.
Total Pages
7 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
2 days
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