Source Sorting: Introduction to Types of Sources

Unit 24: Sources and Text Features
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Objective: SWBAT sort examples of possible sources into the categories of Primary and Secondary.

Big Idea: Finding good sources can be tricky and students have little experience with identifying them. This lesson is fun introduction to learning the difference between the two and begin the task of sorting out which are primary and secondary.

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English / Language Arts, primary source, Nonfiction (Reading), text features, sources, secondary source
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