Using primary sources in the lower grades- LOVE this for keeping it simple but still so valuable!

Using primary sources in the lower grades- LOVE this for keeping it simple but still so valuable!

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

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

6 Free Online Resources for Primary Source Documents for ELA and HISTORY Teachers: Primary source documents are artifacts created by individuals during a particular period in history. This could be a letter, speech, photograph or journal entry. If you're looking to integrate social studies into your literacy block, try out one of these resources for primary source documents.

6 Free Online Resources for Primary Source Documents for ELA and HISTORY Teachers: Primary source documents are artifacts created by individuals during a particular period in history. This could be a letter, speech, photograph or journal entry. If you're looking to integrate social studies into your literacy block, try out one of these resources for primary source documents.

Primary vs. Secondary Sources

Primary vs. Secondary Sources

Teaching students about primary and secondary sources is important in the…

Teaching students about primary and secondary sources is important in the…

Primary Source websites.pdf - Google Drive

Primary Source websites.pdf - Google Drive

Help Students Learn to Use Primary Sources

Help Students Learn to Use Primary Sources

Collaboration Cuties: Point of View with Primary Sources and American Revolution Articles

Collaboration Cuties: Point of View with Primary Sources and American Revolution Articles

Primary vs Secondary Sources

Primary vs Secondary Sources

Resource: Stanford History Education Group.  This is a website with lessons aimed at teaching middle school-aged students and above to "read like a historian;" the lessons require a high level of English language proficiency but could possibly be adapted for students who are at lower levels.

Resource: Stanford History Education Group. This is a website with lessons aimed at teaching middle school-aged students and above to "read like a historian;" the lessons require a high level of English language proficiency but could possibly be adapted for students who are at lower levels.

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