Leveled Literacy Lessons with Primary Source Documents
Learning to analyze and evaluate primary source documents is essential for student success in social studies classes and on assessments including AP exams and New York Regents. ThinkCERCA helps students practice this skill with leveled applied writing lessons featuring paired primary and secondary sources as well as direct instruction Minilessons that teach students how to understand primary sources in their proper historical context, how to write an effective DBQ, and much more.
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Leveled Applied Writing Lessons
- Progressive Era Child Labor: What challenges did advocates for child labor laws face during the Progressive Era in the United States?
- Christopher Columbus: What were the causes and effects of Columbus’s voyage to the New World in 1492?
- U.S. Constitution: How do certain elements of the United States Constitution reflect the issues faced by the new nation?
- Mahatma Gandhi: How did Gandhi encourage nonviolence throughout the world through his writings?
Introductions to Key Skills & Concepts