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Good afternoon Welcome to Digging into Primary Sources. Today’s session will provide an introduction to Primary Sources and using them in the classroom to support standards. After today’s session, you will be able to identify whether a source is a primary or secondary source, access primary sources and teaching resources from the Library of Congress plus other sites for instructional use, demonstrate how primary sources can support teaching strategies and most importantly, you will have increased confidence utilizing primary source material in the classroom.
Excerpt from Glenn Wiebe’s Digging Deeper into Primary Sources presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSZ9CKq8M1U models using primary source images to spark discussion in the classroom.
Where do you think this is?
What are some of your thoughts? What are some things that could make this work better?
What is a primary source? How does one identify a primary source?
Use padlet for group share to identify and brainstorm primary sources
Where are some options for Primary Sources? Open discussion for where to look for primary sources, search terms to use etc
Looking at subscription sources for primary sources. These are the subscription e-resources that the SD State Library subscribes to. They include full-text magazines & journals, e-books, practice tests, encyclopedias, and more. They are available to you free of charge through the State Library. Today, we will focus on the e-resources that contain primary sources.
The Library of Congress provides multiple resources—from audio and video to images for primary source research.
Go live with guided exploration
Where are some ways one can integrate primary sources?
Answer the “academic discomfort” question from earlier in the day