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History a story or record of important events that happened to a person or a nation, usually with an explanation of cause and effects
Individual Past made up of the major events and experiences in your life that shape you and your memories examples could include things like childhood photos, a diary, home videos, etc.
Collective Past the history of a group of people examples could include things like written history, museums, artifacts, archival material, etc.
Artifact actual items from the past examples could include things such as old weapons, tools, furniture, clothing, etc. These things are often found in museums
Archival Material found at the rooms in St. John’s and includes written documents, recordings, pictures,etc.
Primary Source first-hand account made at the time an event occurred examples are pictures, artifacts, letters, etc.
Secondary Source examples are books, encyclopedias, verified online sources, etc. an interpretation of an event based on information gathered from primary sources
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Primary and Secondary Sources. What is a primary source? What is a secondary source?
+ Primary vs. Secondary Sources. + Primary Sources A primary source is an original object or document; first-hand information. Primary source is material.
9/15DO NOW What is the past, and why is it important? How do we learn about events in the past? ______________________________________________________________________.
Primary Sources. What is a Primary Source? Primary sources are sources of information—the raw materials of history—created by people who actually participated.
Why should multiple sources be used when examining an event?
PRIMARY SOURCES. MORE ABOUT A PRIMARY SOURCE? They provide first-hand accounts of the events, practices, or conditions these are documents that were.
Primary and Secondary Sources Mrs. Saunders. Primary Sources We learn about the past from historians. But, where do historians get their information?
Primary and Secondary Sources. What is going on in this photo? What questions does it raise?
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES. These are actual accounts of events or the original documents Diaries Letters Journals Speeches Interviews.
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES. Primary Sources A primary source is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time under study.
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