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Primary vs Secondary Sources in History
Transcript of Primary vs Secondary Sources in History
-original documents, photographs, interviews
-produced at the same time that the events described in the source took place
Maps drawn at the time
written at the time
May not be Historically
-present information that has already been processed or interpreted by someone else
-will tell you which primary sources you should use and will help you interpret those primary sources
Students will understand the difference between a primary source and a secondary source.
- can be trusted
- to confirm or give support, when to pieces of evidence support each other