Are you familiar with primary and secondary sources? Primary sources give information and first-hand evidence. Examples of this include statistical data and works of art. It provides direct access to research. Secondary sources give second -hand information and commentary from other researchers. Examples of this include journal articles and academic books. If you would love to understand extra about primary and secondary sources, you should challenge yourself with this quiz.
A source used often
A source found in an important book like an encyclopedia
A source created at the time of an event by an individual who was there
A source created after an event has happened
A source which is someone's second choice to use for research
A source created after an event has happened by someone not present at the event
A second piece of information written about an event
A source created at the time of an event
Review of a book
A textbook chapter on World War II and its famous battles
Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech
A photograph of an immigrant family arriving at Ellis Island
A journal kept by a soldier during the American Revolution
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