Pine View Elementary . 3. rd. Grade. What is a Primary Source?. Original artifacts that come from the past.. Examples. Photographs, drawings, letters, diaries, documents, books, films, posters, play scripts, speeches, songs, sheet music, and first-person accounts that are recorded at the time of a.... ID: 446199
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Primary & Secondary Sources
Pine View Elementary 3rd GradeSlide2
What is a Primary Source?
Original artifacts that come from the past.
Photographs, drawings, letters, diaries, documents, books, films, posters, play scripts, speeches, songs, sheet music, and first-person accounts that are recorded at the time of an event.Slide3
Primary Sources Investigation
Pictures of Primary Sources…http://www.cyberbee.com/yesteryear/photo.htmlWhat did you find interesting about the photos?Slide4
Primary Sources Investigation
Examples of Primary Sources for Sound…http://www.cyberbee.com/yesteryear/sounds.htmExamples of Primary Sources for Documentshttp://www.cyberbee.com/yesteryear/document.htmlSlide5
Primary Documents from America’s Past
Primary Sources Help Us Better Understand History
Check out the primary photos on this site…
What pictures interested you? Would you want to learn more about any of them?Slide6
What Are Secondary Sources?
Secondary Source - source created by someone either not present when the event took place or removed by time from the event. Examples are:TextbooksJournal articlesHistoriesEncyclopedias.Slide7
We are going to explore some primary documents to help us find out some information about people who chose to come to the United States over 100 years ago!
Most people at this time traveled by ship and came to a place called Ellis Island.Slide8
About Ellis Island
People traveled from all over the world to come to America to live and become a citizen. When they got here…this is what they saw.Slide9
Primary Source Photos of Ellis Island ImmigrantsSlide10
Primary Source Photos of Ellis Island ImmigrantsSlide11
Primary Source Photos of Ellis Island ImmigrantsSlide12
Primary Source Photos of Ellis Island ImmigrantsSlide13
Everyone who arrived at Ellis Island came by boat. They were called passengers. Every passenger had a record that told information about them.
These records are primary sources that give us history about America and the immigrants.Slide14
You will be given a real passenger record.
Using your response sheet, look at your passenger record and see what information you can find out about this person.
We will put the places that our immigrants came from on a world map.Slide15
Are you interested in knowing where your last name came from?
Type it into the Ellis Island website and have fun exploring possibly some of your own family history, or search the website to find out more about this
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