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1 Organize your Books  This will make it much easier when you are studying to 1. Find information easily, especially when studying 2. Have a general answer to our essential question 3. Act as a great review tool at home or the end of the lesson Title Title: OPVL Essential Question Todays Essential Question Vocab Notes Leave about ½ Page blank At the end of the lesson, we will add 1~2 sentences to try and answer the essential question Leave about ½ Page blank At the end of the lesson, we will add 1~2 sentences to try and answer the essential question Success Criteria Yesterday’s success Success Criteria Today’s success

2 Lesson 1a – Question 3 Essential Question How can I answer question 3? Learning Outcomes - Students will:  Preview – Propaganda  Learn about the origin of a document Success Criteria I can find the origin of a source

3 Preview  Do you think these sources are useful?  Why?

4 Preview  What to think about?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  When was it created? – How do you know?

5 Vocab  Origin  Primary Source  Secondary Source

6 Origin – Where, Who, When?  What to think about?  Primary or secondary Source?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.

7 Origin Where, Who, When?  What to think about?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????

8 Origin – Where, Who, When?  What to think about?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The source is written by ???? because ???? During ???. For example, ???? Task: Find the origin of the source

9 Lesson 1b – Question 3 Essential Question How can I answer question 3? Learning Outcomes - Students will:  Preview – Propaganda  Learn about the purpose of a document Success Criteria I can find the purpose of a source

10 Vocab  Purpose

11 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”

12 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”

13 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to ???? For example, the author says ??? Task: Find the purpose of the Source

14 Lesson 1c – Question 3 Essential Question How can I answer question 3? Learning Outcomes - Students will:  Preview – Propaganda  Learn about the value of a document Success Criteria I can find the value of a source

15 Preview  Can we learn anything from this picture?  Discuss with your partner

16 Vocab  Value

17 Possible Values  Objective  Thoroughly researched by a historian  Hindsight  Shows how people lived/dressed (Photo)  Eye-witness account (primary source)  Candid/honest  Person was part of the decision-making process (speech)  Statement of an individual thoughts/ideas

18 Origin - Where does it come from?  What to think about?  Primary or secondary Source?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.

19 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”

20 Value – Why is it useful?  What to think about?  Who does this source help?  Specific topic  Communism isn’t specific  How does the origin help us study this topic?  Time period importance  Perspective of the author based on position, influence, geography, relationship, politics  How does the purpose help us study this topic?  What do we learn from the message?  This source is valuable to a historian studying the socialist reactions to the Red Scare.  The origin of this source is valuable because gives us first-hand knowledge and the immediate reaction of socialists to the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it gives the reader an explanation for why the Palmer Raids continued for as long as it did and who the attacks were directed towards. What is the positive about where the source comes from? What is the positive about the why the source was created?

21 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

22 Origin Where does it come from?  What to think about?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????

23 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”

24 Value – Why is it useful?  What to think about?  Who does this source help?  Specific topic  Communism isn’t specific  How does the origin help us study this topic?  Time period importance  Perspective of the author based on position, influence, geography, relationship, politics  How does the purpose help us study this topic?  What do we learn from the message?  This source is valuable to a historian studying ????  The origin of this source is valuable because it comes directly from the KKK, un-changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source is valuable because ????. What is the positive about where the source comes from? What is the positive about the why the source was created?  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan  The purpose of this source is valuable because it explains why the Ku Klux Klan disliked Catholics within America.

25 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

26 Value – Why is it useful?  What to think about?  Who does this source help?  Specific topic  Communism isn’t specific  How does the origin help us study this topic?  Time period importance  Perspective of the author based on position, influence, geography, relationship, politics  How does the purpose help us study this topic?  What do we learn from the message?  This source is valuable to a historian studying ????  The origin of this source is valuable because ????.  The purpose of this source is valuable because ????. What is the positive about where the source comes from? What is the positive about the why the source was created? Task: Find the value of Source 3

27 Lesson 1d – Question 3 Essential Question How can I answer question 3? Learning Outcomes - Students will:  Preview – Propaganda  Learn about the limitations of a document Success Criteria I can find the limitations of a source

28 Preview  Do you see any problems with this source?  Is it correct/accurate?  Is there any negatives about it?

29 Vocab  Limitations  Objective  Subjective

30 Possible Limitations  Personal involvement, which could lead to untruths, omissions, justifications for actions  Needs to be cross referenced with other primary evidence  Might be trying to persuade the reader  Propaganda?  Exaggeration?  Only shows one aspect  Doesn’t give reasons  May not have access to other info  Topic only briefly discussed  Bias

31 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

32 Origin - Where does it come from?  What to think about?  Primary or secondary Source?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.

33 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”

34 Limitations – Why is it not useful?  What to think about?  How does the origin NOT help us study this topic?  Problem with when it was written?  Bias?  How does the purpose NOT help us study this topic?  Bias?  Argument?  The origin of this source is limited because this article appeared in a newspaper. Since they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority. What is the negative about where the source comes from? What is the negative about why the source was created? This source is valuable to a historian studying the causes and effects of the Red Scare in America during the 1920s.

35 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

36 Origin Where does it come from?  What to think about?  Who is the author? – How do you know?  What country does it come from?  Where did this originally appear? (newspaper?)  When was it created? – How do you know?  What is going on at the time?  Context?  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????

37 Purpose – Why was it created?  What to think about?  Why did the author create it?  What does it say?  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”

38 Limitations – Why is it not useful?  What to think about?  How does the origin NOT help us study this topic?  Problem with when it was written?  Bias?  How does the purpose NOT help us study this topic?  Bias?  Argument?  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually say who the author is, thus we do not know if the author was an actual Klansman.  The purpose of this source is limited because ????. What is the negative about where the source comes from? What is the positive about the why the source was created?  The purpose of this source is limited because it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan.  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan

39 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

40 Limitations – Why is it not useful?  What to think about?  How does the origin NOT help us study this topic?  Problem with when it was written?  Bias?  How does the purpose NOT help us study this topic?  Bias?  Argument?  This source is valuable to a historian studying ….  The origin of this source is limited because ….  The purpose of this source is limited because …. What is the negative about where the source comes from? What is the negative about why the source was created?

41 Lesson 1d – Question 3 Essential Question How can I answer question 3? Learning Outcomes - Students will:  Learn how to bring it all together Success Criteria I can write a shorter, stronger OPVL

42 OPVL – Bringing it Together  All of OPVL can be answered in 2 short paragraphs  How? – Let’s see

43  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”  This source is valuable to a historian studying the causes and effects of the Red Scare in America during the 1920s.  The origin of this source is valuable because gives us first-hand knowledge and the immediate reaction of socialists to the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it gives the reader an explanation for why the Palmer Raids continued for as long as it did and who the attacks were directed towards.  The origin of this source is limited because this article appeared in a newspaper. Since they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority.

44  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the Socialist reaction to the Red Scare in 1920’s America.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because the author, the socialist newspaper Liberator, gives us a first-hand account of the response to the Palmer Raids of its victims, the socialists.  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.  This source is valuable to a historian studying the Socialist Reaction to the Red Scare in America during the 1920s.  The origin of this source is valuable because gives us first-hand knowledge and the immediate reaction of socialists to the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it gives the reader an explanation for why the Palmer Raids continued for as long as it did and who the attacks were directed towards. Combine Origin + Value Where did I find this first sentence? Where did I find this second sentence? Do I have my keyword?

45  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the Socialist reaction to the Red Scare in 1920’s America.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because the author, the socialist newspaper Liberator, gives us a first-hand account of the response to the Palmer Raids of its victims, the socialists.  The purpose of this source, which is to convey that “someone” wishes to continue the gov’t persecution of the socialists, is also valuable because it provides the reaction/thoughts of those socialist victims to this persecution during the Red Scare  This source is valuable to a historian studying the Socialist Reaction to the Red Scare in America during the 1920s.  The origin of this source is valuable because gives us first-hand knowledge and the immediate reaction of socialists to the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it gives the reader an explanation for why the Palmer Raids continued for as long as it did and who the attacks were directed towards. Combine Purpose + Value Where did I find this third sentence?  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.” Do I have my keyword?

46  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the Socialist reaction to the Red Scare in 1920’s America.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because the author, the socialist newspaper Liberator, gives us a first-hand account of the response to the Palmer Raids of its victims, the socialists.  The purpose of this source, which is to convey that “someone” wishes to continue the gov’t persecution of the socialists, is also valuable because it provides the reaction/thoughts of those socialist victims to this persecution during the Red Scare  Despite the numerous values, it has limitations as well. The origin of this source is limited because the author works for a socialist newspaper and, because they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office. Combine Origin + Limitation Where did I find these sentences?  The origin of this source is limited because this article appeared in a newspaper. Since they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority. Do I have my keyword?

47  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the Socialist reaction to the Red Scare in 1920’s America.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because the author, the socialist newspaper Liberator, gives us a first-hand account of the response to the Palmer Raids of its victims, the socialists.  The purpose of this source, which is to convey that “someone” wishes to continue the gov’t persecution of the socialists, is also valuable because it provides the reaction/thoughts of those socialist victims to this persecution during the Red Scare  Despite the numerous values, it has limitations as well. The origin of this source is limited because the author works for a socialist newspaper and, because they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is also limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority. Combine Purpose + Limitation Where did I find these sentences?  The origin of this source is limited because this article appeared in a newspaper. Since they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority. Do I have my keyword?

48  The primary source is written by The Liberator, as mentioned in the source, a socialist newspaper in America during the attack on the offices of Attorney General Palmer in For example, the source refers to the “extensive and elaborate dynamitings” of the bombs in Palmer’s office.  The author wrote this source to show that “someone” wants the gov’t to attack socialists. For example, author says the reason why the perpetrators of the bombings haven’t been discovered is that “an important person doesn’t want to discover them.”  This source is valuable to a historian studying the causes and effects of the Red Scare in America during the 1920s.  The origin of this source is valuable because gives us first-hand knowledge and the immediate reaction of socialists to the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it gives the reader an explanation for why the Palmer Raids continued for as long as it did and who the attacks were directed towards.  The origin of this source is limited because this article appeared in a newspaper. Since they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority.  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the Socialist reaction to the Red Scare in 1920’s America.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because the author, the socialist newspaper Liberator, gives us a first-hand account of the response to the Palmer Raids of its victims, the socialists.  The purpose of this source, which is to convey that “someone” wishes to continue the gov’t persecution of the socialists, is also valuable because it provides the reaction/thoughts of those socialist victims to this persecution during the Red Scare  Despite the numerous values, it has limitations as well. The origin of this source is limited because the author works for a socialist newspaper and, because they are a business, their prime concern is to sell papers and not provide the true reaction of socialists during the Palmer Raids.  The purpose of this source is also limited because it is narrow in focus. The perspective of “someone” is out to get them is the reaction of just one socialist and not the majority.

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50  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually say who the author is, thus we do not know if the author was an actual Klansman.  The purpose of this source is limited because it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan..  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan  The origin of this source is valuable because it comes directly from the KKK, un-changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it explains why the Ku Klux Klan disliked Catholics within America. ..

51  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the ideas and values of the KKK.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because it comes directly from a Klansman who can express his ideas freely and hasn’t been changed by any third-party. Combine Origin + Value Where did I find this first sentence? Where did I find this second sentence?  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan  The origin of this source is valuable because it comes directly from the KKK who can express himself freely and hasn’t benn changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it explains why the Ku Klux Klan disliked Catholics within America. . Do I have my keyword?

52  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the ideas and values of the KKK.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because it comes directly from a Klansman who can express his ideas freely and hasn’t been changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source, which is to explain the views of the KKK on Catholics, is also valuable because it explains why the KKK values American- Protestants over immigrant- Catholics. Combine Purpose + Value Where did I find this third sentence?  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan  The origin of this source is valuable because it comes directly from the KKK who can express himself freely and hasn’t benn changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it explains why the Ku Klux Klan values American- Protestants over immigrant Catholics. .  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.” Do I have my keyword?

53  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the ideas and values of the KKK.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because it comes directly from a Klansman who can express his ideas freely and hasn’t been changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source, which is to explain the views of the KKK on Catholics, is also valuable because it explains why the KKK values American-Protestants over immigrant-Catholics. Combine Origin + Limitation  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually say who the author is, thus we do not know if the author was an actual Klansman.  The purpose of this source is limited because it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan.. Do I have my keyword? The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually give the name of the author, thus we do not know if this was written by a real Klansman who reflects the ideas and values of the Klan.

54 Combine Purpose + Limitation  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually say who the author is, thus we do not know if the author was an actual Klansman.  The purpose of this source is limited because it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan..  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”  Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the ideas and values of the KKK.  The origin of the primary source is valuable because it comes directly from a Klansman who can express his ideas freely and hasn’t been changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source, which is to explain the views of the KKK on Catholics, is also valuable because it explains why the KKK values American-Protestants over immigrant-Catholics.  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually give the name of the author, thus we do not know if this was written by a real Klansman who reflects the ideas and values of the Klan.  The purpose of this source is limited because, if the author was a true Klansman, it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan. Do I have my keyword?

55  The source is written by a Klansman because ???? during the 1920s. For example, ????  The author wrote this source to explain ???. For example, author says “But the Priest owes his allegiance to a Dago Pope in Rome.”  The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually say who the author is, thus we do not know if the author was an actual Klansman.  The purpose of this source is limited because it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan..  This source is valuable to a historian studying the ideas and values of the Ku Klux Klan  The origin of this source is valuable because it comes directly from the KKK, un-changed by any third-party.  The purpose of this source is valuable because it explains why the Ku Klux Klan disliked Catholics within America. .. Source 4 offers numerous values and limitations for any historian studying the ideas and values of the KKK. The origin of the primary source is valuable because it comes directly from a Klansman who can express his ideas freely and hasn’t been changed by any third-party. The purpose of this source, which is to explain the views of the KKK on Catholics, is also valuable because it explains why the KKK values American-Protestants over immigrant-Catholics. The origin of this source is limited because it doesn’t actually give the name of the author, thus we do not know if this was written by a real Klansman who reflects the ideas and values of the Klan. The purpose of this source is limited because, if the author was a true Klansman, it only gives the perspective of one Klansman and must be referenced with other sources to verify whether this was really a value of the Klan.

56 Tips for OPVL  Who does the source help?  Keyword – should always appear  Use your list

57 Limitations – Why is it not useful?  What to think about?  How does the origin NOT help us study this topic?  Problem with when it was written?  Bias?  How does the purpose NOT help us study this topic?  Bias?  Argument?  This source is valuable to a historian studying ….  The origin of this source is limited because ….  The purpose of this source is limited because …. What is the negative about where the source comes from? What is the negative about why the source was created?


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