Learn the difference between primary and secondary sources. (Hartness Library CCV/Vermont Tech)
Courtney Richardson's insight:
Primary and secondary sources are used in everyday study, particularly in historicsal academic study. Primary sources, particularly thpose written during the time of the event can add the perspective of a person or group who lived in that time, while secondary sources provide dates, facts and theories that had been analysed over time. Analysing these sources, understanding the difference between each and knowing how to found them can become very resourceful for students both during school and in everyday life.
1. When writing an anayltical essay about the Stolen Generations, what is an example of a primary and seondary soure you will use?
2. How can you estimate the credibitilty and reliability of a source?
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