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Reading Primary and Secondary Sources Doodle Notes and Stations - Your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or homeschool students are going to enjoy this 36 page resource. You get teacher instructions, doodle notes, PowerPoint presentation, station signs, and activity pages to use as a study guide or as activities for your History and Social Studies lessons. Students will be PROS at reading primary and secondary sources when you're done. Middle School & High School…

Reading Primary and Secondary Sources Doodle Notes and Stations

Students will learn how to read primary and secondary sources by completing an engaging set of graphic doodle notes and actively participating in 5 learning stations. What's included: Instructions for teachers pages) *Doodle notes with sections for

Mrs. Mooney's Teaching World: Primary vs. Secondary Source Museum Hunt

As we begin to move into our exploration unit, we are first looking at primary and secondary sources to make sure we have a good handle on w.

Are you trying to teach your students what primary source documents are and how they are used?  Are you using primary source documents to bridge language arts and social studies/science activities?  This packet helps elementary teachers introduce primary source documents, and distinguish the difference between primary and secondary source documents for their students.Packet includes:*Primary Source Document Poster (1 page)*Primary Source Document Question Cards (for discussion or group…

Primary Source Documents - Activities and Worksheets

This packet helps elementary teachers introduce primary source documents, and distinguish the difference between primary and secondary source documents for their students.

Primary Source Documents - includes activity cards, Venn diagram comparing/contrasting primary and secondary source documents, worksheets, etc. Great for meeting ELA Informational Text standards. #primarysourcedocuments

Primary Source Documents - Activities and Worksheets

Primary Source Documents - includes activity cards, Venn diagram comparing/contrasting primary and secondary source documents, worksheets, etc. Great for meeting ELA Informational Text standards.

This resource allows you to guide your students through analyzing primary sources and understanding the difference between primary and secondary sources. Here’s what you’ll get: -	Primary vs. Secondary Sources PowerPoint -	Cloze Notes to go along with the PowerPoint -	Group Activity: Telling the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Sources -	APPARTS Primary Document Analysis Foldable

Primary Source Analysis

This resource allows you to guide your students through analyzing primary sources and understanding the difference between primary and secondary sources. Heres what youll get: -Primary vs. Secondary Sources PowerPoint -Cloze Notes to go along with the

Analyzing Primary & Secondary Sources! {An Introduction to analyzing political cartoons, answering scaffolding questions, constructed-response questions, and more!} (c) Lauren Webb 2014 {a social studies life}

Analyzing Primary and Secondary Sources

{An Introduction to analyzing political cartoons, answering scaffolding questions, constructed-response questions, and more!} © Lauren Webb 2014 {a social studies life}

Primary Source and Secondary Source Identification Task Cards - set of 32 task cards for students in grades 4 and 5

Primary and Secondary Sources Task Cards for Grades 4-6

Primary Source and Secondary Source Identification Task Cards - set of 32 task cards for students in grades 4 and 5

Here's a way for your students to test their knowledge of primary and secondary sources. Answer keys are provided so that students may easily self-check their work. ($)

Primary & Secondary Sources Practice

Here are two "no prep" practice pages for your students to test their understanding of primary and secondary sources. Each page contains ten examp.

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