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
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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.