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== Research Sheet ==
[[Category: Lesson Plan]]
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'''Type of Source''' - Circle Primary or Secondary
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Diary _____        Newspaper______    Letter _____    Photograph ______  Other_________________
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Date of Document:
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Speaker: Who is writing, what do you know about the author?
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Audience: Who is meant to read/see this document? Is this private or public? How does this change the meaning or tone of the document?
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Occasion: What is the reason this primary source was created? 
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Purpose: Why is the author writing/ creating this document?
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Subject: What does this document tell you?
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Tone: What is the tone/ feel of the document? Serious, humorous, chatty, sarcastic, and why?
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Questions: On the back of this sheet, answer in complete sentences.
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1. List what information you learned from this primary source.
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2. What questions do you have after reading this document?
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[[Category:Lesson Plan]][[Mary Comes to the College Lesson Plan]]

Revision as of 11:13, 17 March 2009

Name:

Date:

Research Sheet

Type of Source - Circle Primary or Secondary Check mark: Diary _____ Newspaper______ Letter _____ Photograph ______ Other_________________

Date of Document:


Speaker: Who is writing, what do you know about the author?



Audience: Who is meant to read/see this document? Is this private or public? How does this change the meaning or tone of the document?



Occasion: What is the reason this primary source was created?



Purpose: Why is the author writing/ creating this document?



Subject: What does this document tell you?



Tone: What is the tone/ feel of the document? Serious, humorous, chatty, sarcastic, and why?



Questions: On the back of this sheet, answer in complete sentences.

1. List what information you learned from this primary source.



2. What questions do you have after reading this document?



Mary Comes to the College Lesson Plan