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  1. Inquiry Chart Ms. LiPuma

  2. Primary • Original, first-hand account of an event or time period • Usually written or made during or close to the event or time period • Factual, not interpretive • Could be results of science discoveries as well • Examples: diaries, journals, newspapers, magazines, photographs, maps, transcribed speeches, interviews, songs, novels, paintings • Diary of Anne Frank

  3. Secondary • Analyzes and interprets primary sources • Second- hand account of an historical event • Interpretive (of creative work or science discoveries) • Examples: biographies, histories, literary criticism, book reviews • Books on the diaries kept during the Holocaust

  4. Primary or Secondary? Primary • “Song of Myself (Poem)” • Book about local population changes • Results of clinical trial to treat ADD by modifying diet • U.S. Census Statistics • Journal about Native Americans who served in WWII • Recorded Interview with an American Indian • Magazine article about the importance of a poem • Photographs of Harry Styles Secondary Primary Primary Secondary Primary Secondary Primary

  5. Primary V. Secondary Video 1: • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wlj7t0s4rok Video (The Source Awakens) • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHLmEyo05EY

  6. Fact Question? • Focus on definitions, names, dates • Specific to the context • “What is ……”

  7. Concept Question? • Broad / based on relationships or processes • How something connects to something else • Requires more analysis and thinking • “Why is….” • “How is…..”

  8. Skill Question? • Involves looking deeper / using a dictionary or putting your thoughts and feelings on the matter • Side Note: • You should NEVER put your feelings in a report but it is good to have a claim / stance on an issue (and research that backs it with evidence)

  9. Research Paper • Intro • Thesis statement & HOOK • Purpose of the paper • Body • Strong argument • Context • Conclusion • Summary of the argument • Why does this matter?