Tuesday, April 10, 2012

From MUSE: The 6 C's of Primary Source Analysis

Content (main idea, details)
Citation (author, date)
Context (What was happening when the document was created?)
Connections (links to prior knowledge)
Communications (point of view/bias)
Conclusions (How does the source contribute to our idea of history?)

from the California History-Social Sciences Project

This post was also published on MUSE '13

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