This is a lesson plan introducing the idea of primary and secondary sources.

This resource is part of Unit 3: Battles for Independence I and the Social Studies 7 course.

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Lesson plan introducing and comparing primary sources and secondary sources. It's made for a unit on African movements for independence, but it could be used in other contexts with only minor adaptations. Objective: I will be able to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of primary and secondary sources. Essential Question: Do schools in the United States spend enough time teaching their students about history? This resource is part of Unit 3: Battles for Independence I and the Social Studies 7 course.
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Images of primary and secondary sources, to be used in the lesson 2 in this collection. The images of secondary sources on page 2 of this file may be copyrighted. They are used here under fair use protection, but they are not necessarily subject to the same Creative Commons license as the rest of the file. This resource is part of Unit 3: Battles for Independence I and the Social Studies 7 course.
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Images of primary and secondary sources, to be used in the lesson 2 in this collection. The images of secondary sources on page 2 of this file may be copyrighted. They are used here under fair use protection, but they are not necessarily subject to the same Creative Commons license as the rest of the file. This resource is part of Unit 3: Battles for Independence I and the Social Studies 7 course.
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