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The use of primary sources as an instructional tool in the social studies classroom will engage students, encourage high levels of learning and raise test scores. But with so much to do and so little time, how can teachers know what strategies and resources work best? Using the resources below can help.
Digging Deeper into Primary Sources presentation at Slideshare
Photo One / Photo Two
Library of Congress Document Analysis Worksheets
National Archives: Teaching with Documents & Analysis Worksheets
Using Evidence / Analysis Worksheets
Padlet / Primary Sources example
Historical Thinking & Primary Sources
List of Primary Sources
Pearl Harbor examples