Distinguish between primary and secondary resources in the context of the course topic. Demonstrate the ability to locate and use these resources, if relevant to course content.
Original Documents Examples
interviews, eye-witness accounts, diaries, audio/video recordings, newspapers, speeches, autobiographies, manuscripts, letters/correspondence, constitutions, journal articles reporting new research, personal narratives, maps, surveys, government data (census, hearings, etc.)
Creative Works Examples
art, poetry, drama, music, photographs, political cartoons
pottery, weavings, clothing, buildings, furniture
journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, textbooks, book or movie reviews, commentaries/criticisms