Do your students need help defining,understanding, and identifying historical academic, scholarly research sources?
Created by Beth Hammett. 16 page easy-to-follow lesson includes:
Discussion/Reflection on where students search for sources
What is scholarly research? (An Overview)
Table of Other Kinds of Sources: Popular, Trade, News & Opinion
Activity for Kinds of Resources
Types of Research Resources: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
Activity for Types of Research Resources
Where to Locate Scholarly Research
How to Know if Your Research can be Used Using Wikipedia--Yes or No?
Evaluating Wikipedia Bibliographies
Research Sources Checklist
Great for learning how to categorize and define historical scholarly research sources! Use with upper level, AP, dual credit, homeschool, college level students, and flipped classrooms.
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Good PowerPoint, does a decent job. Wish that for the answers it would include a reasoning for why certain sites are not considered scholarly that could pop up on the PPT or such. I like the checklist and examples of the primary sources.