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Secondary Sources

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Amelia Merwin

on 14 October 2014

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Secondary Sources
Do Now - October 14, 2014
If a historian found your primary source, what would they learn about Ancient Rome?
(3-4 sentences).
FINAL DRAFT
EXIT TICKET
No voices
Independent work
Quality Work :)
TODAY'S LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1) SWBAT accurately peer edit each other's rough draft while following the criteria and by offering concrete suggestions for improvement.


2) SWBAT re-write their rough draft while keeping in mind the guiding question, "What do primary source artifacts tell us about history?"
EXIT TICKET

No voices
Independent
Quality Work :)
Name
Name
TODAY'S GUIDING QUESTION

What do primary source artifacts
tell us about history?
PEER EDIT
RAFFLE!!
Great job on this unit!
7 minutes -
work independently
Your artifact is in a museum. Make up a "catalogue number" so that the museum knows where to find it!
NOTEBOOKS
Reminders
1. Highlight the date
2. Begin as soon as I start
my Do Now timer
3. Follow directions
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