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Analyze a source...now what? These user-friendly sentence starters will guide students to find the important information in sources and help them put their observations into words. This must-have resource will become every students' "go to" when analyzing sources and completing DBQ social studies tasks.
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1) Cite Evidence Sentence Starters and Ideas for location information from Source
11 Types of sources
(journal, diary, speech, letter, maps, chart, graph, photo, painting, historical document, and political cartoon)
Important information to gather from each source
(details, point of view, location, and more)
2) Cite Evidence Examples
Example sentences for each type of source
3) Extend Evidence
8 Ways to include outside information
compare, contrast, prove, additional information, examples, support4) RACES Paragraph Example
Example of how to put information from sources and outside information into a RACES paragraph
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