Defining Primary and Secondary Sources - Toolkit - The Learning Centre - Library and Archives Canada
Primary and Secondary Sources
PRIMARY & SECONDARY SOURCES -- NO PREP PRODUCT!! Interested in teaching your students the difference between primary and secondary sources? Whether you are teaching a Social Studies lesson or having your students use sources for
"The Wright Brothers": “Stories of the Wrights’ Flight” is part of a series that employs primary sources in the study of historical events. Students compare firsthand accounts of the Wright brothers’ first flights on December 17, 1903, and then compare these to a secondary source, a newspaper story that appeared the next day.
Great Depression Thought Bubbles Grades 6-12
Combines primary source pictures and secondary source informational text to introduce students to the Great Depression time period. This is an interactive way to allow students to explore history. Includes: -Common Core Alignment -"The Great Depression" Informational Text that answers the questions: