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Primary vs. Secondary Sources - P.A.S.T. Graphic Organizer

Primary vs. Secondary Sources - P.A.S.T. Graphic Organizer
Primary vs. Secondary Sources - P.A.S.T. Graphic Organizer
Primary vs. Secondary Sources - P.A.S.T. Graphic Organizer
Product Description
Do your students struggle to differentiate between primary and secondary sources? This graphic organizer will help your students easily determine what type of source they are working with.

P - Purpose
A - Author
S - Source (point of view)
T - Time Period

This graphic organizer is included in this product: Upper Elementary Biography Unit - 20th Century Americans for Only $5!

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Texas ELA TEKS-
4.25 – Students are expected to improve research by consulting expert sources.

5.24 B – Students are expected to differentiate between primary and secondary sources.

Texas Social Studies TEKS-
6.21 A - Social studies skills.
- differentiate between, locate, and use valid primary and secondary sources such as computer software; interviews; biographies; oral, print, and visual material; and artifacts to acquire information about various world culture

CCSS – Social Studies and History

RH.6-8.1 – students need to be familiar with primary and secondary sources so they can analyze them for research purposes.
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
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