Primary Source How To

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Examine, analyze, and interpret primary sources...

Jane Goodall Lesson Plan: Individuals’ Contributions and Identities

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*Click to open and customize your own copy of the Jane Goodall Lesson Plan. This lesson accompanies the BrainPOP topic Jane Goodall, and supports the standard of analyzing individuals’ contribution...

Primary Source Standards

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Alignment of Primary Source activity to standards...
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Celebrating Black History with BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr.

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BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. offer a deep and diverse collection of resources to help your class learn about and celebrate the achievements of African Americans during Black History month AND all year lo...

Historical Inquiry Lesson Plan: Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-5, students play Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case, a game that invites them to take on the role of a scrappy young history detective, collecting artifacts and...

Holocaust Lesson Plan: Analyze a Primary Source

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 6-12, students explore BrainPOP resources to learn about one of the most tragic times in history, the  Holocaust. They’ll learn about Hitler, what his Nazi pa...
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New! One-Click Access to Primary Sources

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Looking for primary source activities for your lessons? We’ve made them easier than ever to access: find them right on the topic page alongside our other features. These activities -- now accom...
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Why and How to Use Primary Sources

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A typewritten, first draft story by Mark Twain; an up close image of a planetary nebula; an audio recording of a 1961 speech John F. Kennedy gave to Congress… These are just a few of the primary sourc...