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Curipod generated lesson: "Primary and Secondary Sources". #5-7

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1. Word cloud
120 seconds
What are primary and secondary sources?
2. Poll
20 seconds
Newspaper article in which a reporter describes the events they witnessed.
  • Primary Source
  • Secondary Source
3. Poll
20 seconds
A book written in 2000 about events that happened during the American Revolution.
  • Primary Source
  • Secondary Source
4. Poll
30 seconds
A book written in 2000 about events that happened during the American Revolution.
  • Primary Source
  • Secondary Source
5. Poll
30 seconds
Photographs taken during the Vietnam war
  • Primary Source
  • Secondary Source
6. Poll
30 seconds
a sixth grade world geography textbook
  • Primary Source
  • Secondary Source
7. Slide
60 seconds
Primary sources are first-hand accounts of an event, such as letters, photographs, and diary entries. Secondary sources use primary sources to analyze and interpret an event, such as a history textbook. Both are important to understanding history and can be used together to form a more complete picture.
Primary and Secondary Sources
8. Slide
60 seconds
A primary source is an original source or document that provides firsthand information or evidence about a topic. Examples include letters, photographs, interviews, newspaper articles, and government records. A secondary source is a source that provides information about a topic that has been gathered from other sources. Examples include textbooks, encyclopedias, and reviews. Primary sources provide first-hand accounts or evidence of an event or topic. Secondary sources are based on or about primary sources and provide additional information or analysis about the topic.
Concepts:
9. Slide
60 seconds
Primary sources are used in research to study historical events, while secondary sources are used to analyze those events. A primary source can be a document, an artifact, or a piece of artwork from the past. Secondary sources are often used to compare and contrast different primary sources.
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10. Open question
180 seconds
What is the difference between a primary and a secondary source?
11. Word cloud
60 seconds
What types of sources can be considered primary sources?
12. Open question
300 seconds
What is the importance of using primary sources in research?
13. Open question
300 seconds
What are some ways we can tell if a source is a primary or secondary source?
14. Poll
60 seconds
What is a primary source?
  • An original document or object that was created during the time period being studied.
  • A secondary analysis of an event or topic.
  • A modern interpretation of an historical event.
15. Poll
60 seconds
What is a secondary source?
  • An original document created during the time period being studied.
  • A document or recording that relates or discusses information originally presented elsewhere.
  • An artifact from the past.
16. Poll
60 seconds
Which type of sources can be biased and subjective in nature?
  • Both Primary and Secondary sources.
  • Primary Sources only.
  • Secondary Sources only.
17. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in pairs: What is the difference between a primary source and a secondary source?

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