Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies

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Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
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In this activity students learn to evaluate the reliability (author, time and context) of sources in history. By going through a series of choices students will see that Who says something is often as important as what was said. This is a vital skill for progressing in any Common Core history course and I've found this to be a great way to introduce the topic. Students have fun with it and really learn the skill.

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Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies
Source Reliability and Validity in Social Studies